Group Emotions and Leadership

Group Emotions and Leadership

Groups are part of life. Most of us have belonged to one, be it a book club, work team, charity, or sports team; any group of people aiming for a common goal. Some groups work together harmoniously and get things done, while others induce dread at the thought of yet...
Case: EQ Team in Big Pharma

Case: EQ Team in Big Pharma

In one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, a Key Accounts team on the verge of collapse implements a six-month learning and coaching intervention based on the Six Seconds Emotional Intelligence assessment and methodology. Following the intervention,...
The Trust Vacation

The Trust Vacation

As leaders, our choices shape trust. If we want more trust in our teams, we need to accurately assess competencies — and give people chances to grow to the next level. Perhaps a vacation is the perfect opportunity to take the kind of risk that builds trust?

Can Leaders Build Trust?

Can Leaders Build Trust?

Last year, a headline in Forbes:  Why Trust is the New Core of Leadership. The old power-based leadership model worked in the past, but as organizations flatten and become more collaborative, the old model is undermining success.  Is it time to make trust a priority?...