stakeholder management

02
Nov
2015
selwyn

Neuroscience of Change – SCARF Model in Simple Terms

You feel like you have been kicked in the gut.  You just received news that your project is being cut by the client.  Despite your hard work and consistently high performance, your job is at risk.  Management tells you to immediately stop work on the project and temporarily reassigns you to a team of people you have never met.

08
May
2012
selwyn

Four Factors in Emotional Intelligence

The term “Emotional Intelligence” came into the limelight in 1990 when two researchers, Peter Salovey and John D. Mayer published their research on the topic.  Salovey and Mayer identified four factors that comprise emotional intelligence:

1. Identifying Emotions – The first factor towards understanding emotions is to be able to recognize them as they occur in others.  This includes verbal cues (e.g. intonation) and non-verbal cues (e.g. body language, proxemics, etc.).

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