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Emotional Intelligence and Business

If great artists are masters of a particular medium—be it paint or clay or film—then great leaders are masters of emotional intelligence. The concept of emotional intelligence, or EQ, was initially developed in the 1990s as a way of describing how leaders can read and...

How to Increase Productivity Amid the Depths of Burnout

The basic fact that there are only 24 hours in a day is more of a challenge than a statement to countless entrepreneurs and executives, many of whom get up each morning before the sun rises and work until long after it sets in an attempt to squeeze every ounce of...
Don’t Just Identify a Strategy—Identify Capabilities

Don’t Just Identify a Strategy—Identify Capabilities

When developing a strategic plan for your organization, problems—or at least symptoms of them—are easy to identify. Solutions, on the other hand, are less clear. Even when you can determine a course of action, the plan you prescribe may falter; this isn’t...
How to Identify High Potential Employees

How to Identify High Potential Employees

In an ideal world, organizations would have unlimited time and money to spend developing every employee’s potential to the fullest. However, the reality of business forces companies to invest with care—in fact, an organization’s future can hinge on how well it...