Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence (EQ) is the ability to build people up, bring them together, and motivate them to do their best.  And that's why study after study has ranked EQ atop the core competencies that determine a company's success.
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How does EQ stand for emotional intelligence? Shouldn't it be emotional quotient?

Emotional intelligence coaching, classes or mentoring is increasing in popularity because of its absence of the stigma associated with psychotherapy or psychiatric treatment.
Companies are referring executives who have problems managing anger for executive coaching with a focus on emotional intelligence.

Anger, Like Stress, Should Be An EAP Benefit
As a former Employee Assistance Provider, I have many years of experience providing stress management for employees including many fortune 500 Companies. For many years, stress has been recognized as a problem which impacts employee morale, sick day usage, attendance and work performance.
Critical Incidence Debriefing was introduced in the 1980's to deal with crisis' in the workplace with good results. Even before stress and CID, substance abuse was a company benefit and a major focus of Employee Assistance Programs.
Since anger is a secondary emotion, it is often preceded by stress, anxiety, depression or fear. Following the attacks of 9/11, the entire world has seen an increase in unhealthy anger and workplace conflicts.
It is now time for EAPs to advocate for anger management intervention as a benefit for all employees. Anger management is not the same as violence prevention programs. Anger management is or should be classes which teach skills in managing anger, stress, imporving communication and enhancing emotional intelligence.

Magazine Cover Story On Anger Management
The Los Angeles Times July 31, 2005 Sunday Magazine will feature the Anderson & Anderson model of anger management intervention as its cover story. This will be the most comprehensive article ever on anger management in general and the Anderson & Anderson model in particular. This article was written by noted Author, Andy Meiser.
Please mark your calendars to remind yourself to get a copy of this publication or to read it online.

How does EQ stand for emotional intelligence? Shouldn't it be emotional quotient?

Emotional intelligence coaching, classes or mentoring is increasing in popularity because of its absence of the stigma associated with psychotherapy or psychiatric treatment.
Companies are referring executives who have problems managing anger for executive coaching with a focus on emotional intelligence.

Anger, Like Stress, Should Be An EAP Benefit
As a former Employee Assistance Provider, I have many years of experience providing stress management for employees including many fortune 500 Companies. For many years, stress has been recognized as a problem which impacts employee morale, sick day usage, attendance and work performance.
Critical Incidence Debriefing was introduced in the 1980's to deal with crisis' in the workplace with good results. Even before stress and CID, substance abuse was a company benefit and a major focus of Employee Assistance Programs.
Since anger is a secondary emotion, it is often preceded by stress, anxiety, depression or fear. Following the attacks of 9/11, the entire world has seen an increase in unhealthy anger and workplace conflicts.
It is now time for EAPs to advocate for anger management intervention as a benefit for all employees. Anger management is not the same as violence prevention programs. Anger management is or should be classes which teach skills in managing anger, stress, imporving communication and enhancing emotional intelligence.

Magazine Cover Story On Anger Management
The Los Angeles Times July 31, 2005 Sunday Magazine will feature the Anderson & Anderson model of anger management intervention as its cover story. This will be the most comprehensive article ever on anger management in general and the Anderson & Anderson model in particular. This article was written by noted Author, Andy Meiser.
Please mark your calendars to remind yourself to get a copy of this publication or to read it online.