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2015 Conference Video: Emotionally Intelligent Coaching: From Theory to Practice

In this presentation, Marc A. Brackett, PhD describes the theory of emotional intelligence (EI) developed at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, including how EI is best measured and what it predicts about people’s lives....

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Dan Goleman's Coaching As a Force for Good Webinar Transcript

On April 8, 2016, Dan Goleman delivered IOC's first public webinar -- titled "Coaching as a Force for Good" -- to more than 650 attendees.  The transcript of Dan's talk is now available below, along with the recording of this webinar.

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Webinar: Emotionally Intelligent Coaching: From Theory to Practice (Resource)

As a follow-up to his immensely popular keynote track at the Harvard Coaching Conference in 2015, we are excited to bring back Dr....

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2016 June Coaching Report

Greetings Institute of Coaching Members and Friends, Nearly 20 years ago to this day, I had an experience that changed my life. I'd just returned home to South Africa after a two-year around-the-world backpacking trip and was invited to a 'meet the parents' dinner at my new boyfriend's house....

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The relation between emotional intelligence and subjective well-being: A meta-analytic investigation

This meta-analysis includes studies concerning the relationships between emotional intelligence (EI) and subjective well-being (SWB). A total of 25 studies with 77 effect sizes and a combined sample of 8520 participants were found. The results provided evidence of a positive significant relationship between EI and SWB (ȓ = 0.32)....

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Twenty-first-century professional development for educators: a coaching approach grounded in emotional intelligence

In recent years, school leaders have recognised the need for developing emotional intelligence (EI) skills, such as self-awareness and emotion management, in students and educators....

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Childhood general cognitive ability predicts leadership role occupancy across life: Evidence from 17,000 cohort study participants

Research in the leadership literature has not yet identified links between childhood general cognitive ability and leadership potential in adulthood. We tested whether early cognitive ability contributed to leadership role occupancy across four decades in a sample of 17,000 working individuals from two representative British cohorts....

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2014 Video Interview with Daniel Goleman, PhD on Emotional Intelligence and Focus

Dan Goleman discusses his keynote presentation on The Leader's Focus at the 2014 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference with Joan Ryan, Founding Fellow

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Handbook of Emotion Regulation, Second Edition

Reviewing the state of the science in a dynamic, thriving field, this influential handbook integrates knowledge from multiple psychological subdisciplines. Foremost experts address the neurobiological and cognitive bases of emotion regulation and examine how individuals develop and use regulatory strategies across the lifespan....

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