This site is updated frequently. New pages are added, and existing pages are updated and extended as needed.
There are over 300 pages of resources and blogs which you are welcome to use for your personal development (but please see Use of resources). We believe stories are essential for good communication and there are more than 60 here and here.
More. There are over 100 back issues of our newsletter and some 20 themed selections of quotations. There are links to interesting content on other sites; to other newsletters I edit; and to music videos and other diversions. All for your entertainment and, perhaps, enlightenment. About this site.
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For those who feel some of the articles on this site are too long, here is the answer: short pieces strictly restricted to about 300 words, and each about a single key topic in the worlds of emotional intelligence or work or both.
On the other hand if you would like a long read, long articles are grouped together too.
Five classic issues which respond particularly successfully to the emotional intelligence at work approach.
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The 22 essential steps for successfully recruiting and retaining young employees
The guide covers the four stages : attraction, recruitment, development and retention.
GradStart for Universities is a parallel programme developed for undergraduates—More here
Use this to locate guide articles, opinion pieces, business stories and other stories arranged by subject area; quotations, the newsletter archive and more.
Use this to find out more about how emotional intelligence at work helps people, businesses and other organisations transform themselves and their performance through the use of emotional intelligence.
Jeremy Marchant discusses the importance of emotional intelligence in the workplace. Full video
Molesworth: A grave thort strike me: ALL BOOKS WHICH BOYS HAV TO READ ARE WRONG.