Different research has shown that mindfulness is a relevant underlying process when developing and enhancing emotional skills.
This article demonstrates some insight into the application and effectiveness of Emotional Intelligence through mindfulness practice in both personal and work life resulting in an enriched life and fulfilled career.
So many times I have set with senior executives that had the best of intentions and still the message they sent was not received the way they would expect or was not received at all. Although the reasons for this phenomenon vary, at it’s core there is always the same concept and that is the subliminal message.
In last week’s reading about the trust triangle we found that individuals that share more are known more and therefore easier to trust. This week I will write about the other principle mentioned in the 1st module of the ICOPE program namely the 4 C’s of trust based on the book of my dear friend Jonathan Low from Singapore.
All leaders know how important trust is. Often when I speak to leaders they indicate to me that nothing can be done before trust is built. In the ICOPE training we learn 2 principles on Trust with the ultimate aim of gaining insight into the generation of trust in our followers.