The 4 Keys to Cultivating Emotional Intelligence

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  • Sandra Clementson says:

    Thanks for this, and for spearheading a new consciousness in business and collective life in general.

  • Lena says:

    Hi what is the cost for this training ?
    Emotional Intelligence
    Send me a list of the various trainings.

  • Rola says:

    What’s the cost of the program

  • Olga Gualteros says:

    Super excited about starting the program and meeting Tami and Dan Goleman in this webinar!

  • Charley Birkner says:

    Thank you for providing this for us. What a wonderful gift!

  • Lynn says:

    I think Emotional Intelligence will go a long way toward saving the world!

  • Lynn robinson says:

    Thank you for bringing this to the world and for today’s interview. I’m preparing to teach this to the managers in my agency. 🙂

  • Olga Gualteros says:

    I agree that our jobs should and can be aligned with our values and purpose. Being happier and doing our jobs in a meaningful way has demonstrated to bring more revenue and success to companies in today’s world.

  • Toni says:

    Informative and enlightening interview, thank you very much!

  • Shirley says:

    Great info. Thanks for sharing..

  • Kathleen Milaney says:

    Thanks. 🙏More EI in all of us is what the world reds right now

  • Sheri Meyerhoffer says:

    Thanks. This talk was uplifting! At almost 60 I’m guessing I’m part of the old generation. Yet, based on the talk, my heart is clearly part of the younger generation. I believe work, values, success, and financial well being can and will be completely integrated soon. That’s my vision. Trying to play my part. Thanks for all you do Sounds True!

  • anthony says:

    I think this will be more and more how people relate to each other

  • Shoshana says:

    I am Emotionally Intelligent — I have spent my entire life working on BECOMING EI, and having to work FOR/WITH people who aren’t is impossible.
    I suffer, greatly. This is not discussed much, except in Gifted sites and Journals.
    USA, as a whole, does not promote EI. It is too Ethnocentric, and WORSE, UNWILLING TO GROW AND LEARN NEW WAYS OF BEING. It continues to try to bring everyone else down to its lower level of incompetency.

  • Marianne Shane says:

    Timely Course, can hardly wait to start the Innermba program. The veil is now lifted & the tools & course skills will advance those in the program to greater awareness & adapability!

  • Michelle Giardine says:

    I have learned so much from webinars and online workshops on sounds true. A real life-saver for me. So many deeply caring professionals with various points of view and healing strategies. I started with Tara Brach as so many have and moved forward from there. I have shared the site info to many of my friends who have also gleaned a great deal form the offerings here. Thank you so much. Looking forward to a productive future for you, Tami.

  • Gosia Markowska says:

    Thank you 😊 for this visual conversation about EI. In today work environment, place for empathy, kindness and sensitive is very needed . As a somebody with highly empathy level I found often lack of that in practical, active way. We tend to talk about it but In work places ( at least at my ) people don’t apply. I am grateful for Tami and DanGoleman for highlighting this . Good luck

  • Bee says:

    Often having authentic discussions at work….for example with your boss, gets you fired, because the boss or those in higher positions are not emotionally intelligent and gets you fired because of their insecurities or simply NPD issues. What then……does not always worK in the USA Which breeds narcissistic personalities.

    • Lou says:

      Wrong the insecurity is for the person that doesn’t accept that every people is free to have an opinion and it is your choice and only your choice to get affected for that opinion. Emotional int. Means that you know who you are and that you can use your emotion to lift you up or make you felt.. You do not put the blame in others about your emotions. E.I. It is the knowledge of your emotions and how strategies like empathy, collaboration, etc. can help you to get better experiences that doesn’t affected you in a destructive way. Because is ok to be sad, anger, dissponinted but it is your choice stay on this emotion and they control you or take this emotion and make this emotion drives you to choose or find other or better opportunities to learn, grow and move on.

  • Kate says:

    Such a good time to think about these qualities that are so much needed in the world today. Every business and every person needs to step back and create what is right for the world. I cannot wait to begin the program and learn from inspiring and conscious instructors. Thank you Tami. What a delight!

  • yeri says:

    very interesting topic for our professional success.

  • Danielle Pointon says:

    It has been a number of years since I read your book Dan- it was a great refresher to hear you speak! Be well and the inner Mba is a terrific outline by the looks of things. Ps- I am researching AQ presently- Adversity Quotient- I heard the term at the last Summit conference.

  • susy dyson says:

    fascinating thank you

  • Gabriela says:

    Hi what is the cost?

  • Banzoussi Lucien says:

    Hi Thank to mutch for exceptionnel considération , Mindfulness , yes i notifiéld Mail , so Thank you to all . Ven Lucien

  • Banzoussi Lucien says:

    Thank you evry time is learning , now my bigning learn for my great souds true organisation , for a becoming a leadership on the Word , and connecting with the members and work together , and considération for all sounds true members on the Word, Thank you for all Thank you for Tami simon, Tara Brach, and others mem

  • Victoria FittsMilgrim says:

    I first learned EI (from Daniel’s book) while I trained at Naropa University/Marpa Business School with Fred Kofman in 2003. I used the tools I got there to guide small business teams in greater communication and business for the past 17 years. I have to say it astounds me that this is just gaining wider understanding and finally being offered via your InnerMBA program. How come?? and Hallelujah!!!

  • Ala says:

    Thank you so very much.
    Always a great inspiration!
    Stay safe and sane – from Copenhagen.

  • Jeffrey McGuire says:

    Thank you for sharing your book Emotional Intelligence. I read some of your chapters.

  • Suzanne Duma says:

    How to gain optimistic positive results

  • Anita says:

    I have learnt something important about emotional Intelligence. Many thanks.

  • Viktoriya says:

    Waiting for webinar

  • Seema Singh says:

    Very informative!

  • Patricia Anne Dye says:

    Just great and long overdue.
    But please don’t knock us oldies and dismiss us as dinosaurs. Think of someone like Clarissa Pinkola Estes who has a whole lot to say about the value and importance of eldership , Jean Houston, still a powerhouse of avant- garde ideas and techniques for mindful and heart-full living.
    I am a writer and poet, and very much in tune with the kinds of values much needed in today’s world

  • Linda Jayne Lapington says:

    This is good news – I’m encouraged to hear Dan’s perspective and the developments and awareness of emotional intelligence – how this has been and is still being integrated into the corporate world …supporting the development of an emotional quota. Your study programme is so needed… value change, follow-through with conscience for climate sensitivity with accountability offers not only hope but the possibility of sustainability.
    Thank you for sharing.

  • Sharon Lynch says:

    I could listen to you both all day. Wise and thoughtful thank you for sharing

  • Dianne Mackenzie says:

    I was excited to see this on my phone! That is one of my favorite books!

  • Jo Ortiz says:

    Is this different from the Silva method

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  • Neela says:

    Thank you. Interesting. I want to read the book now! But am not interested in taking any courses. I was never interested in further studies as I”m not in business. But I did appreciate hearing about this.

  • Shah says:

    Liked the conversation , love both of you, big hug to Mr Goldman ( pl forgive me if I spelled it incorrectly)
    Love and Light to both of you 🙏💕🙏

  • Shah says:

    This if taught and understood well with right intention of first focusing on self , self awareness and then every thing quoted above in the 3 tracks will immensely bring transformation at individual and collective level.
    I am looking forward with immense , love light and joyful heart ,

  • Margaret says:

    I enjoyed every piece of that discussion.. To grow and keep learning throughout life is wonderfully fulfilling. A huge thank you .

  • Abi says:

    My worry is usually how other my appreciation what I share. Which makes me hold back to share my difficulties

  • Farrukh Hussain says:

    Seems excellent opportunity look forward to joining in

  • Suzi says:

    During these days and months of semi isolation, how to have those important life changing conversations with family and friends when emotions are taking center stage.

  • Lisa says:

    Can I still help my children with there EQ at 18, and 20. They have a lot of anxiety , so the steps to adulthood are taking a long time. Also can anxiety, and ADD cause low EQ?

  • Lana Jurewicz says:

    I read your book when it was first published and it helped me define what was desperately needed in technology business. As an empath in IT, I have always felt something was missing. I haven’t been successful, so far as this change agent. THIS is what I wish to do; make a real difference in changing the values for the greater good in business and IT

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  • Arezo says:

    Thank you for this useful information.

  • Jeanette says:

    Haven’t managed to receive commitment from you regarding my acceptance, etc in this
    Paradigm Chamging Program

  • Marilyn says:

    Thank you for this.
    I believe also in a growth mindset and positive outlook as important qualities to promote in oneself.
    No matter our age, we can all continue to improve.
    I too am not good at conflict resolution, and tend to get hurt feelings, and then practice avoidance. I will work on this.

  • Shilla Gore says:

    That was amazing. It’s much needed in the corporate word

  • Paul says:

    Listening to the Daniel Goldman interview can see the benefits of improving my EQ even at the ripe old age 70🤞

  • DavidMoxon says:

    Emotional intelligence and the bias conciseness are the key to future alignment and pessimism

  • Martha pankratz says:

    Thank you for your talk. At 72 and a retired school librarian, I remember the excitement and the “at last” feeling when your book came out. It was one in-service training day. Not interested in a MBA program at this time but alway Interested in learning.

  • Holly says:

    I suffer from anxiety and what people think of me. I hope this will help.

    • Jess Cavini says:

      You don’t have to prioritise what people think about you. Try thinking about your self, your real feelings, how your body and mind feel and say what you really think. x

  • Lynn Knaack says:

    There isn’t a date for this and I am unable to attend/watch a zoom or anything until the week of the 28th of June????

  • Beverly Osing says:

    My husband who has had a career in Human Resourses has been telling me years I have Emotionl Intelligence. I would love to hear about it.

  • Evelyn says:

    Just joined. Nothing to comment at this stage.

  • Tyrone Haynes says:

    I’m ready for learn

  • Joyce West says:

    This conversation was very reflective of my own thinking process. Very positive and I believe would be helpful for any one.

  • Velma says:

    Thank u…have to relearn…I’m sure I’m with the right people!! 💞🌹

  • Kirandeep Phull says:

    I am so excited

  • Dr. Shah .Madhusudan says:

    I have practiced as Anaesthesiologist for more than 50 odd years, so understand what is Emotinal Inteligence, I look forward to know more about your deep thought..

  • Shyamon says:

    Eye opener

  • Carolyn says:

    Question: What kind of decision making processes do you teach in the course?

  • Maggie Honey says:

    Wonderful and inspiring

  • Peg Popken says:

    Like this as a point of talent in business!

  • Anonymous says:

    If you believe you can achieve

  • cindy says:

    I believe emotional intelligence will be an essential skills for everyone and be a life learning lesson for me

  • Eileen Buckley says:

    I firmly believe in Emotional Intelligence. THANK you for accepting me….

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