coming this July 8th. Wimberley, Texas.
Great leaders know that EQ skills are the key to success. Only the best and brightest take action to develop theirs. It’s what sets apart those who rise to the top, and it can make or break a business.
Horses are the masters of this domain. These 1,000lb beings have the power to move as fast as cars and crush bones with a single kick. Yet, they are non-predatory, gentle and spend their lives in peace, communicating through eloquent, non-verbal skills within a herd of evolving hierarchy.
How do they do it?
By being emotionally flexible, adaptable, and perceptive, without biases and stories. Through listening and reading non-verbal communications, and knowing how to react and respond fairly, quickly and with consistency. From an ability to express and control emotions effectively, and balance kindness and firmness to get the job done. All while knowing how to stay in the present and let go of the past.
The world – and business – are evolving at an accelerated pace of change. Leaders can no longer succeed without emotional intelligence (EQ).
Amidst The Great Resignation, “employees, unsatisfied with their work conditions, have been quitting in droves already—one of the top reasons comes down to poor emotional intelligence exhibited by management..”
~ Melissa Banek. Forbes Human Resources Council