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How we help: use this to find out more about how we help people, businesses and other organisations transform themselves and their performance through the use of emotional intelligence.
All for your entertainment and, perhaps, enlightenment. If any of this interests, or you have any queries, comments, complaints, suggestions or even compliments, please do contact us.
24 may 2016 Four misconceptions about applying for a job
14 may 2016 Ten things Radio 4 should do better
13 may 2016 UK’s migrant problem solved at a stroke
6 may 2016 Eight things the Guardian should do better
3 may 2016 «If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it»—true? [on school tests]
31 may 2016 EU referendum—7: How to decide how to vote
27 may 2016 EU referendum—6: Does the EU manage cross-state situations well?
22 may 2015 EU referendum—5: Does the EU manage its finances well?
2 may 2016 EU referendum—4: is the EU democratic?
30 april 2016 EU referendum—3: another shambles looming
1 march 2016 EU referendum—2: is the UK the fifth largest economy?
29 february 2016 EU referendum—1: the money the UK pays the EU
28 february 2016 Why the UK’s EU referendum is undemocratic
Short articles, strictly restricted to around 300 words, and each about a single topic in the worlds of emotional intelligence or work or both.
… or too short?
If you would like a long read, here are the long articles and blogs.
Five classic issues which respond particularly successfully to the emotional intelligence at work approach.
Jeremy Marchant discusses the importance of emotional intelligence in the workplace. Full video
When the pupil is ready to learn, a teacher will appear.