THE NON-OBVIOUS GUIDE TO EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
Resources to help you take the facts off the page and into the office.
Fight or Flight
Dr. David Rock coined the acronym SCARF to highlight the five social domains your limbic brain is always scanning to keep you safe.
Insights from the SCARF Model can be used to better understand your employees, build trust with others, and create a trigger-free work environment.
Tracking Projects with High Uncertainty
Setting measurable goals for projects with high levels of uncertainty can seem overwhelming or even impossible. To explore this challenge, MIT researchers completed a seven year study of twelve breakthrough innovation projects. Their findings led to developing "The Learning Plan," a systematic framework that helps employees pull lessons learned from exploratory projects, decreasing the cognitive threat of failure and keeping these ambiguous projects on course.
Why Wonder When You Can Know?
Curious what triggers are holding you back the most? The NeuroLeadership Institute developed a 5 minute assessment to identify your most dominant triggers.
Dilemmas: Building Blocks for Innovation
While dilemmas trigger fight or flight responses, they also create opportunities companies to innovate, to grow, to solve problems that didn’t even previously exist!
Fast Company combs through the world’s most innovative companies each year. Feeling a bit defeated? Check out how these 50 companies turned pain points into pillars of growth and success.
You can’t build muscle by reading about exercise. And you can’t build emotional intelligence without practice – that is, by actively examining and exercising your own emotional intelligence.
We created a 30 Day Plan filled with prompts, exercises, and habits that will lead to the long-term transformation you’re looking for.