Here’s how emotional intelligence determines the success of change within your company and pushes you forward through challenging times.
This new era requires new ways to work, think and live. Latest research shows that people who are bored and not motivated in life may die younger than those who do something they like and feel passionate about.
“Solopreneur” isn’t a “new” term but it has become a lot more relevant recently. The word can easily be interchanged with the word “entrepreneur.” However, there are distinct differences.
These new times require new ways to work, think and live. The latest research shows that people who are bored or who don’t really care about what they’re doing may die younger than those who do something they like.
Soulaima Gourani shares her insights about the future of work and what skills will be needed.
My life has been full of significant crises. I was fired three times, moved four times as a young adult and kicked out of school. Today, I still manage to have what most would consider a successful career, as a corporate adviser, lecturer and author.
Implicit bias is alive and well in the workplace. Soulaima Gourani was one of 6 women who faced it, and in some cases changed it for the women who came after them.
Emotional intelligence (EQ) is the most powerful predictor for professional success, even more than intelligence and personality, says Soulaima Gourani.
When people ask me, “What has been your biggest achievement?” I always reply, “That I managed not to go through a complete meltdown in 2007.” That was the year I got pregnant — and then got fired.
In order to raise your market value and live the life you deserve your true talents should be found, practiced, and continuously evaluated. I always say, one way to find your “true talents,” is to find your purpose in life.