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Emotional Intelligence for School Leaders: Five Keys to Success

08th March 2011
Emotional intelligence is probably more important than cognitive intelligence for success in life and leadership, especially school leadership. Schools are highly emotional places. The ability to lead in an emotionally intelligent way is critical to your ... Read >
Author: dannyhollinger

Are Shy Guys Good To Date?

08th September 2010
Some girls ask the question "are shy guys good to date?" The answer is, absolutely...if YOU are good to date yourself! You see, you must view the dating relationship as a process of give as well as take. That is, don't see a date as a chance to take ad... Read >
Author: Timothy Arends

Ways Of Managing Conflict Behavior Styles

18th August 2010
Conflict occurs in situations in which people are interdependent, seek different outcomes, favor different methods to the same end, or perceive others are interfering with their ability for rewards or resources. A person's behavior in conflict situations ... Read >
Author: Leopoldo Pennington

Benefits of Being Assertive

04th June 2010
Benefits of Being Assertive Are we assertive or aggressive? People at times tend to confuse one with the other, since both have the same objective - stand up to your rights and make known your needs. However, there's a thin line of difference between t... Read >
Author: ThinkAndGrow

Reducing Stress Related Illnesses In Dogs

24th November 2009
Stress-related illnesses are at an all time high in America, and there is no sign it will lessen. For the most part, doctors have identified the basic cause of this to be our "seriousness". By that they mean taking ourselves too seriously, thus causing so... Read >
Author: Carroll Willis

Different Meanings For The Ring Fingers According to The Greeks & Palmistry

12th June 2009
A study at the University of Liverpool showed that there may be a link between finger length and depression in men. This study found that the longer a man's fingers are in relation to his height, the more likely he is to suffer from depression. Although t... Read >
Author: Jackie DeBurca

Altis Cruisetronic Experience

03rd December 2008
Toyota needs no introduction. Toyota is one the most sold cars in the world and sure has a large market share in the United States, but a small market share in Europe. It also sells vehicles in Africa and is a market leader in Australia. Due to its Daihat... Read >
Author: Hamid

Destructive Silence At Workplace

11th June 2008
Destructive Silence in the Workplace - Krishna Sagar Rao [Ph.D] , M.B.A , M.P.M , D.A.Pr , D.Psy. This silence is no gold What I observed at one of the organizations , while I am working on a study and what I am also writing about in, 'Emotional As... Read >
Author: Krishna Sagar Rao

Recovery from Codependency is Possible

25th April 2008
Recovery from codependency means getting yourself and your life back. It is caring about you again. It is about reclaiming yourself and your life. Recovery is an internal agreement and a process that lasts a lifetime. Remember, yesterday's choices are the... Read >
Author: Lori Klauser
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