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Characteristics of People with High Emotional Intelligence

How exactly does high emotional intelligence convert to high achievement?  Emotional intelligence is essentially the ability to identify and manage the emotions of oneself and others.  The article linked below provides some insights into 10 characteristics of people with high … Continue reading

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Drake P3 and the Tuckman Team Development Model

The Drake P3 Team.expert module incorporates the Tuckman Team Development Model for team analysis.  The Drake P3 Team Analysis report takes information from the personality profile and inserts it into the Tuckman model to help employees understand their most effective … Continue reading

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EVP – Employment Value Proposition

When I see the letters EVP, I automatically think Executive Vice President.  After reading this article, I have a different view. This article suggests that understanding how to motivate people to perform could be the best employee retention strategy.  The … Continue reading

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Happiness: Ripples of Positivity!

Shawn Achor delivers an inspiring presentation about changing our frame of reference for happiness.  Take a look: Shawn Achor Ted Talk  

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Really Amazing Employees!

What would it be worth if you could could predict that future employees would exhibit behaviors that could drive your company forward? The insights revealed from personality profiling go a long way towards identifying if current employees or candidates have … Continue reading

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Are you a remarkable employee?

As hiring managers think about the qualities that are part of a top performer’s makeup, these 8 qualities should be considered. Click here to read article.

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