What would be like if the time you spent at work was the best part of your day? How much more productive might you be if those around you were connected, compassionate, and cared about you as a person as opposed to just another worker?
Most of us have heard about the importance of intelligence, which is our ability to think or problem solve, but intelligence isn’t the only thing that matters. Emotional intelligence, which is the ability to be aware of, and to control one’s emotions as well as handle interpersonal relationships fairly and compassionately is actually more important.
Being emotionally intelligent, as well as being around others who are emotional intelligence makes us happier, more creative, productive and more able to use the full range of our gifts and abilities. It also makes us better leaders, better bosses and better all-around humans. If this is the case, why aren’t more businesses interested in increasing the emotional intelligence of their employees?
Fortunately they are, and one company at a time, one employee at a time, one boss at a time we are becoming more and more emotionally aware and more and more happy, productive and connected at work. And since we spend more time at work than we do at home, our lives are clearly being changed for the better!
Today’s guest is Paula Alphonse, a transformational speaker, leadership trainer and a status quo disruptor who has used her 16-plus years’ experience in the management, storytelling skills, and a memorable sense of humor to provide tips, tools and structures which capitalize on opportunities at-hand. She has traveled across the globe to inspire, mentor and transform men and women of all ages to reach out and capture their own leadership. Her mission is to have everyone recognize the power within that is awaiting to be ignited, along with their right to a blissful life.
If you are ready to be a confident leader in all areas of own life, then this is the show for you! Together we can move from obscurity to self-realization for the best return on investment for ourselves, our families, communities and the organizations we work for.
Let’s elevate the conversation and change the world together…
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