How Emotional Intelligence Can Help Leaders Exit The “Drama Triangle”

In good literature, there is always conflict. Sometimes the conflict is direct (i.e., a husband and wife are fighting about where to go for vacation) and sometimes it is less so (i.e., a man is struggling with his inner demons). But no matter the particulars, in order for there to be a good story, the…

Emotions Vs. Feelings: Understanding The Difference Can Improve Emotional Intelligence

Many consider the terms “emotions” and “feelings” to be interchangeable. However, there is a massive difference between them. Recognizing the difference is crucial for increasing your own level of emotional intelligence and understanding that a person’s demonstrated feelings are not always indicative of who they are as a person. Why The Difference Matters You're not…

How Your Viewpoint Determines Success And How To Take Control

American psychologist Julian Rotter developed the concept of "locus of control" in the 1950s, describing it as "the degree to which a person perceives an outcome as being contingent on their own actions or those of external forces, existing along a continuum from a more internalized orientation to a more externalized orientation." In layman's terms,…