Why emotional intelligence is important in the workplace
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Being William Shakespeare

A personal selections of quotations
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A little infinite variety

Newsletter 115 : 26 april 2016
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A short piece about being «good enough»

When I encounter resistance to this phrase (which is surprisingly often) it is usually, I feel, because people misunderstand it. It’s almost as if they think it means “not
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Seven startup misconceptions

Seven misconceptions about startup businesses often perpetuated by people unaware of the need to do a bit of research or to listen to those who have experience; or, I regret
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A short piece about perfectionism

Perfection is actually a way the mind has of stopping us moving forward. “I can’t take the next step because I haven’t done this one perfectly yet”.
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A short piece about the strength of business relationships

In his book, Business by referral, Ivan Misner identifies three levels of networking relationship, defined by their strength: visibility, credibility, profitability.
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On memory

Quotations on memory
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Not an April fool

Newsletter 114 : 1 april 2016
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Up north

Newsletter 113 : 24 march 2016
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What to do to stop projects failing

To be honest, this might be better titled, What to do to reduce the risk of projects failing. It's a very brief summary in response to the interesting work done by the
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On being a parent : on being a child—3

As a child I assumed that when I reached adulthood, I would have grown-up thoughts. David Sedaris
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On politics and politicians

I can't believe I have waited this long before embarking on a page of quotations about politics.
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On history

It was Hegel, see below, who observed two centuries ago that we learn nothing from history and, apparently, this is still the case.
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Blog index

An incomplete listing of blogs ordered by subject
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Ledger

Some years ago, when I used to have lots of one to one meetings with people I met at networking events, I arranged to have such a get together with an accountant.
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How to choose a regular business networking event

A useful, regular networking event is likely to cost you both an admission fee to each event and a membership fee to belong to the organisation. Here are some questions to
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On women and men—2

Camille Paglia seems to be the feminist who most annoys other feminists. Yet I cannot see much other than wisdom in what she writes.
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Ways of getting clients

Traditionally, small businesses have adopted many ways of getting clients: advertising (whether print, posters, radio), cold calling, direct mail, and networking among
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A short piece about finding out what the prospect actually needs

1 You need to adopt a coaching approach to finding out what the prospect really needs. You don’t have to be a coach, but you need to ask the sort of questions a coach would.
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What’s the best way to follow up a proposal…

In answering the question, I am following my own maxim ('Whenever anybody tells me they have a problem, all I know at that moment is that that is not the problem') by assuming
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The «psychopathic corporation»

Although I embrace the concepts of a "psychopathic corporation" wholeheartedly, I suggest that there is more than one way to “put the shareholders’ interests above a
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A short piece about selling

Don't! Many people confuse “sell” with “get client” (or “convert prospect to client”).
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A short piece about business coaching and mentoring

This piece is about what you do and do not get from business coaching and mentoring.
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A steel rose

Newsletter 112 : 27 january 2016

This resource site is about how to work better with people

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Welcome.

This site is updated frequently.  New pages are added, and existing pages are updated and extended as needed.  About this site.

There are 400 pages of resources and over 80 blogs which you are welcome to use for your personal development (but please see Use of resources).  The resources are divided into:

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.

Jeremy Marchant


Latest blogs

29 april 2016:  Quackery
25 april 2016:  Guest blog: My reflections: The transformation and contribution of talented young employees
24 april 2016:  Free speech nailed—2
15 april 2016:  Free speech nailed

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


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Articles too long?…

If you 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.

… or too short?

On the other hand, if you would like a long read, long articles are grouped together too.


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Five classic issues

Five classic issues which respond particularly successfully to the emotional intelligence at work approach.

 


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GradStart is a new, groundbreaking development programme for graduate recruits which covers business and soft skills—More here.


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Quotation of the moment

Men do not differ much about what things they will call evils; they differ enormously about what evils they will call excusable.

— GK Chesterton (1874-1936), prolific and diverse British writer

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