The Ocean’s Riddle is a story that embodies some of Center for Work Life’s primary values. The book offers a great example of work life balance which can be seen in the mother’s time spent with her child. Beyond work life balance, the concept of emotional intelligence is important to the characters as they interact and grow to understand each other better.
Month: March 2021
Glenn Llopis recently contributed an article for Forbes entitled Eight Clear Signs It’s Time To Make A Leadership Change. In this piece, Llopis describes meeting with leaders of a long established brand, and being alarmed by the immaturity and general lack of leadership ability displayed by the team.
Breaking Bad is one of the hottest shows on television right now. In fact, Ozymandias (the most recent episode) lit up social media conversations and hit Google’s top trends. Viewers can’t get enough of the desolation and desperation. The show is a shining example of creating empathy through body language.
There was once the old strategy of selling, which included acquiring a list of potential clients, setting up a meeting and divulging information until it got dark out. As consumers became smarter and choices became more diverse, the old selling techniques are no loner relevant.
Is the maneuvering of office politics just another great way we can use Emotional Intelligence? While the economy has pushed organizations to eliminate various positions and competition for the remaining positions soars, the need to “play the game,” increases.