When Heart Intelligence Meets Conversational Intelligence

Article written by Judith E. Glaser, December 2015 Leverage the power of neuroscience to create coaching conversations that change the world. Secure your spot for Judith’s upcoming Conversational Intelligence for Coaches Program commencing 16 January 2017. https://coach.wbecs.com/ciq2017/a12675 For a period of time, Deborah was a psychologist for the Dr. Phil Show. What an awesome opportunity to experiment and research relationships gone awry. She remembers only too well coaching two show’s guests – Tammy and Reynir – and how this changed their lives of.  Dr. Phil would send people he interviewed on the show to HeartMath for help.  Tammy and Reynir were on […]

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Science Explains the Millennial Brain

Article written by Judith E. Glaser, October 2015 Leverage the power of neuroscience to create coaching conversations that change the world. Secure your spot for Judith’s upcoming Conversational Intelligence for Coaches program commencing 16 Januray 2017.  Secure your spot now.  https://coach.wbecs.com/ciq2017/a12675 While Millennials have been heavily criticized for their obsession with technology, they have been evolving as collaborators, multitaskers and consumers of complex information. In short, they are becoming exactly the kind of employees and eventually a future leaders that an organization can leverage in today’s interconnected world. Organizations need to learn to see the benefits of such behavior and harness it. […]

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Why should managers and leaders celebrate more

Article written by Judith E. Glaser, September 2016 Leverage the power of neuroscience to create coaching conversations that change the world. Its not too late to sign up to Judith’s CIQ program starting 16 January 2017. Secure your spot now. https://coach.wbecs.com/ciq2017/a12675 Great leaders identify, measure, recognize, and reward meaningful efforts and achievements—and celebrate often with the people involved. Why should managers and leaders celebrate more? Creating a feeling of celebration helps meet people’s needs for inclusion, innovation, appreciation, and collaboration – and now with the advances in neuroscience – we know that celebration elevates oxytocin, which is a neurotransmitter which elevates […]

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Five Ways Leaders Can Boost Employee Engagement

Article written by Judith E. Glaser, December 2015 Leverage the power of neuroscience to create coaching conversations that change the world. Secure your spot for Judith’s upcoming Complimentary Conversational Intelligence Immersion Training happening this November.  Secure your spot now.  The key is to use your conversational intelligence (C-IQ)—your capacity to connect—to recognize social and psychological needs and translate this awareness into conversations that meet these needs. Here are five steps you can take now: Step 1. Acknowledge people’s social and psychological needs. Our needs are sources of energy, motivation and engagement. Create a culture where people can meet the following seven […]

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Learn to talk WITH people not AT them

Article written by Judith E. Glaser, September 2016 Leverage the power of neuroscience to create coaching conversations that change the world. Secure your spot for Judith’s upcoming Complimentary Conversational Intelligence Immersion Training happening this November.  Secure your spot now. Hit a wall? So many ambitious and talented leaders plateau and even regress once they “reach the top” of the ladder, mountain or organizational structure they’ve been climbing. There’s a simple reason this can happen, and it sometimes come down to conversation. Top leaders still face new mountains to climb – engaging a broader audience of potential partners – both inside […]

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The brain as PPE – Part 1: Is it time to ReThink Safety

In safety we often talk about the importance of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and when we do, we talk about safety boots, high visibility clothing, hearing protection, eye protection, head protection, breathing apparatus etc. but do we really need to have PPE? In a perfect world, maybe not but then again we are a long way from being ‘a perfect world’, so we usually end up with a requirement for PPE when we have identified a hazard, assessed the risk and worked through the hierarchy of controls or do we? During the many years I have spent as a safety professional even dating back to my days […]

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