Emotional Intelligence Blogs

Learn how to use emotional intelligence to enhance your personal and professional development with these tips from our emotional intelligence blogs.


Emotional Intelligence Online Course | May 18 - June 15, 2021

Emotional Intelligence Online Course | May 18 - June 15, 2021

This spring, Linda Marshall is teaching a live online Mohawk College CE Course titled, Emotional Intelligence: The KEY to Personal & Professional Success from May 18 - June 15, 2021. 

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A Surprising but Easy Strategy to Reduce Emotional Hijacking

A Surprising but Easy Strategy to Reduce Emotional Hijacking

Self-awareness skills are critical to managing our emotions to make rational decisions. When we recognize emotions and feelings guide all we do, we can avoid hijacking situations and differentiate ourselves from others

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How to be More Tolerant to Reduce Mental Health Stigma

How to be More Tolerant to Reduce Mental Health Stigma

The power of empathy plays a major role in reducing mental health stigma. Participating in Bell Let’s Talk Day on January 30 will educate you and help you become more tolerant.

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5 Valuable Ways to Strengthen Your Self-Awareness

5 Valuable Ways to Strengthen Your Self-Awareness

Being aware of our emotions and learning ways to manage them will make a tremendous difference in our interactions with others and our overall success in life. That’s why it's so essential to develop self-awareness in the first place. 

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Focus on Small Wins for Unbelievable Growth This Year

Focus on Small Wins for Unbelievable Growth This Year

Over a stimulating conversation with a friend about work-life balance, we discussed how completing tasks and goals quickly gifts us more time. Furthermore, striving for efficiency means we can’t be perfect—our focus should be on being agile while striving for excellence.

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How to Start the New Year Strong to Achieve your Goals

How to Start the New Year Strong to Achieve your Goals

It’s the time of year we start thinking about New Year’s resolutions and goals. There is something highly motivating about starting fresh. How prepared are you for 2019? Plan to practice being more self-aware this year!

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6 Practical Tips to Control Your Emotions in the Workplace

6 Practical Tips to Control Your Emotions in the Workplace

How often has someone’s negative mood derailed you at work? Within seconds your upbeat feelings are affected by a colleague’s emotion – I’ve outlined tips to help you manage this.

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Regulating Your Emotions Will Make You More Successful

Regulating Your Emotions Will Make You More Successful

Our emotions play a vital role in sending us relevant messages and most often drive our behaviour if we don’t stop to take time to read, feel, and manage those messages, to be self-aware.

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Is Trying To Be Perfect Ruining Your Life?

Is Trying To Be Perfect Ruining Your Life?

Many of us spend much of our time striving to be perfect. Personally, seeking perfection served me well for many years, until I realized that if I focus on excellence perfection is irrelevant.

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6 Easy Ways to Eliminate Obstacles & Change Your Life

6 Easy Ways to Eliminate Obstacles & Change Your Life

If you have ever let a negative thought impact the positive outcome of your day, you could be the obstacle in your way!

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