The Four Skills of Emotional Intelligence

 Reading about emotional intelligence and being emotionally intelligent in certain situations is two different things. It’s kind of like a lot of things, including nursing for instance. There are nurses who are book smart and there are nurses who become great nurses who continually learn throughout their nursing career, becoming better and better. Another great … More The Four Skills of Emotional Intelligence

Influence by Robert B. Cialdini ~ Wednesday’s Book of the Week

 Wednesday’s book of the week is Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert B. Cialdini, Ph.D. Dr. Cialdini does an intense study on what gets people to say “yes”. This is useful in sales, marketing, and most importantly leading. Why is it that some people just have this magic glow about them that gets others … More Influence by Robert B. Cialdini ~ Wednesday’s Book of the Week

John C. Maxwell’s 5 Steps to Leading People Intentionally

Today finishing up John C. Maxwell’s Intentional Living and preparing for this week’s book Born to Win by Zig Ziglar, I’m excited for the new year. I, like most people, have made some New Years resolutions or goals for the year. Of course since reading leaderships books these past three months for the blog every … More John C. Maxwell’s 5 Steps to Leading People Intentionally

Good to Great by Jim Collins ~ Wednesday’s Book of the Week

Good to great, “Why some companies make the leap… and others don’t” This book is a 5 year study by Jim Collin’s team researchers studying what makes some companies excel comparing them with companies that never take that leap. This book is known as a classic, published in 2001 and selling over one million copies. I’m … More Good to Great by Jim Collins ~ Wednesday’s Book of the Week