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Emotional Intelligence Articles & Resources

We have the largest collection of emotional intelligence articles and videos available to the public in Australasia. These resources supplement our emotional intelligence workshops, masterclasses, coaching and keynote speaking programs, and are freely available to anyone with an interest in developing their emotional intelligence.

  • What is emotional intelligence?

    Leaders of emotionally intelligent organisations realise that emotions drive business in a way that spreadsheets and logic cannot. We define what EI is and, importantly, what it is not.

  • Emotional intelligence and leadership

    Leaders and managers who misjudge, or fail to recognise, the emotional impact of their actions often leave casualties in their wake. The emotional consequences are often resentment, friction, apathy, and active or passive resistance.

  • Measuring Emotional Intelligence

    Emotionally intelligent organisations realise that measuring the dynamics of emotions is not optional, but essential. The good news is that emotional intelligence, in all its dimensions, can be measured.

  • Emotional Intelligence & Anxiety

    Too many good professional people miss out on jobs they deserve. They feel awkward or embarrassed talking about themselves, or their nerves make them waffle or go blank. Specialist emotional intelligence skills are needed. Learn how to sell yourself and nail that job!

  • Emotional intelligence in the workplace

    Emotions drive effort and attitude in everything a workforce does, from decision-making, problem solving, creativity, relationship-building, customer service, persuasion, influence and collaboration.

  • Emotional Intelligence & Personality Types

    Emotional intelligence and personality are not interchangeable terms for the same thing. Understanding the 16 personality types can foster feelings of tolerance, inclusivity and co-operation - and assist in developing both self-acceptance and emotional intelligence within teams.

  • How to develop emotional intelligence

    EI starts with understanding the role that emotions play and ends with practical responses, such as managing, shifting, influencing, reasoning with or turning around your own and others' emotions. It is a set of craft skills that can be learnt.

  • Emotional resilience & positive emotions at work

    In times of uncertainty and rapid change, understanding and accounting for the role that emotions play personally and at work, both negative and positive, is fundamental to building resilience, harmony and team-work.

  • Emotional intelligence and career development

    Beyond the prerequisites of professional qualifications and IQ, it's evident that managers and professional people do not automatically fare well in their careers or in relating to and communicating with other people. Career progression is today critically dependent upon EI skills.

  • Emotional intelligence and business networking

    Networking is not just about swapping business cards or working a room. How well you get people to relax, engage them in meaningful conversations and build trust with them determines your success in forging lasting business relationships.

  • Emotional Intelligence in Schools

    The EI Institute provides a comprehensive range of Teachers' Resources, including Emotional intelligence in education: a three part documentary with accompanying worksheets (see below for samples and details).

  • Emotional Intelligence & Public Speaking

    No audience wants to watch a bored, tired or disinterested speaker. People are motivated by presenters who are interesting, empathic, passionate, connected and relevant. Emotional engagement is the key.

  • Emotional intelligence, mindfulness & meditation

    Meditation and mindfulness are proven techniques for managing your emotions and developing your emotional intelligence. Scientific research increasingly proves he benefits that mindfulness and meditation can bring. We bring you the latest research. Plus, you can learn how to meditate with a practitioner of 27+ years experience.

  • Emotional intelligence and self-confidence

    Applying the skills of emotional intelligence can diminish or increase your self-confidence, help you manage guilt and help you be assertive.