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036 Interview with Andreu Gatuellas

In this episode I want to introduce you to one of the co-founders of EQ Smart Politics, Andreu Gatuellas. Andreu is one of the most insiring and wise people I've ever met and I is my honor to have him on the show. 

Here are some of the things you are going to discover about him:

He teaches emotional intelligence at Barcelona University

He learned from his past setback and created a business that he is passionate about

He is driven by showing people how to incorporate practical emotional intelligence skills so that they can improve their relationships in business and personal lives 

He has his own radio show in Barcelona 

And much more

Stay tuned to find out more...

Direct download: 036_Andreu_Gatuellas.mp3
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035 Interview with Zoltan Veres

In this episode I want to introduce you to one of the co-founders of EQ Smart Politics, Zoltan Veres. Zoltan is one of the most insiring and funny people I've ever met and I is my honor to have him on the show. 

 

Here are some of the things you are going to discover about him:

 

He has been in business for about 8 years

He learned from his past setback and created a business that he is passionate about

Building åerformance is what drives him

And much more

 

 

Stay tuned to find out more...

Direct download: 035_Zoltan_Veres.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:32am EDT

034 How would the world look like if everyone would practice emotional intelligence

In this episode we are looking closer into the role emotional intelligence plays in politics.

I am answering the most common 10 questions people are not asking us, but should and the question I am answering today is:

 

How would the world be if everyone would practice EQ?

 

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Plato and it goes like this:

The activist is not the man who says the river is dirty. The activist is the man who cleans up the river.

Ross Perot

Well, it probably still won’t be perfect, but everyone would work on it to become perfect.

 

By practicing EQ we would easily overcome all the instinctual behavior like anger, fear, guilt, shame, rejection and we could teach our brain to switch to compassion, enthusiasm, motivation, trust, integrity, humbleness.


033 How can a politician be more socially responsible?

In this and the next episode we are looking closer into the role emotional intelligence plays in politics.

I am answering the most common 10 questions people are not asking us, but should and the question I am answering today is:

 

How can a politician be more socially responsible so that he/she can make an bigger impact in his/hers community by using strategies from EQ

 

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Plato and it goes like this:

The first resistance to social change is to say it's not necessary.

Gloria Steinem

In my opinion social responsibility is linked to the structure of values and principles of a person, and this is what makes the person commit to his/her social mission as a political or public office.

A person in public office who does not commit to either the community (and even with the good of the whole world community) and not act and decide on the basis of the responsibility that has been granted by voters, is a person that it’s acting "stupid" as a politician, and therefore does not deserve this position because it is not able to give an adequate response to that responsibility.

 

When a politician gives signals to be making decisions from greed, from fear, from the ego or the need for power, it is time to dismiss him/her immediately because it’s for sure that the political will be making wrong decisions from inadequate emotional states and inadequate needs.

Stay tuned to find out more...

Direct download: 033_How_can_a_politician_be_more_socially_responsible.mp3
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032 Why is it important to make good decisions in politics?

In this and the next 2 episodes we are looking closer into the role emotional intelligence plays in politics.

I am answering the most common 10 questions people are not asking us, but should and the question I am answering today is:

 

Why is it important to make good and sound decisions in politics and how can EQ help me with that?

 

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Plato and it goes like this:

In order to become the master, the politician poses as the servant.

Charles de Gaulle

Emotions are intelligent. Emotions are what make us human. Emotions tell us what is valuable and important to us and to others. They signal the meaning of events.

Emotions are just as “cognitive” as other perceptions. They serve as essential guides for humans to make rational choices. Emotions are a form of thinking as well as a form of feeling.

All thinking is infused with the intelligence of emotions. Without the guidance of emotions, one becomes irrational, detached from reality.

We now have conclusive biological evidence that decision-making is neurologically impossible without being informed by emotions.

Contrary to the classical model, decision-making is arbitrary when it is not infused with the intelligence of emotions.

Stay tuned to find out more...


031 What are some examples of World Leaders with high EQ?

In this and the next 3 episodes we are looking closer into the role emotional intelligence plays in politics.

I am answering the most common 10 questions people are not asking us, but should and the question I am answering today is:

 

What are some examples of World Leaders with high EQ, past to present

 

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Plato and it goes like this:

 

"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that."

 

Martin Luther King, Jr.

The three world leaders that we are looking closley into in this episode are:

  • Martin Luther King Jr
  • Mahatma Gandhi
  • Nelson Mandela

Stay tuned in to find out more...


030 What characterizes emotional intelligence in politics?

In this and the next 4 episodes we are looking closer into the role emotional intelligence plays in politics.

I am answering the most common 10 questions people are not asking us, but should and the question I am answering today is:

 

What characterizes EQ in politics?

 

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Plato and it goes like this:

"A healthy democracy requires a decent society; it requires that we are honourable, generous, tolerant and respectful."

Charles W. Pickering

 

There are many behaviours or responses that may give evidence of high EQ in politics.

The key is that when a public person or a politician is able to perceive emotional information, to facilitate relationships and actions through the appropriate emotion, he can also understand why others feel how they feel.

He is also able to implement actions or change the thinking to manage themselves or other people’s emotional states to bring positive change.

This is all done from a place of responsibility, honesty and coherence; then you can say that, that person is a politician with high EQ. 

Stay tuned to find out more...

Direct download: 030_What_characterizes_emotional_intelligence__in_politics.mp3
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029 Why should I care if politicians have high EQ or not?

In this and the next 5 episodes we are looking closer into the role emotional intelligence plays in politics.

I am answering the most common 10 questions people are not asking us, but should and the question I am answering today is:

 

Why should I care if politicians have high EQ or if they don’t?

 

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Plato and it goes like this:

"The world will never have lasting peace so long as men reserve for war the finest human qualities. Peace, no less than war, requires idealism and self-sacrifice and a righteous and dynamic faith."

John Foster Dulles

Well… you might not be making their decisions, but you are certainly affected by them. So I guess it is in your best interest to have politicians that make good decisions.

 

To make good decisions you need a strong and clear mind, we all know that. But when you are making decisions which are about people’s lives, it probably would be recommended to understand those people.

When the people are who put you where you make the decisions, your first concern should be the people who put you there. But for this great reasoning and a clear mind is not enough.

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Direct download: 029_Why_should_I_care_if_politicians_have_high_EQ_or_if_they_dont.mp3
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028 What can a politician expect from EQ training?

In this and the next 6 episodes we are looking closer into the role emotional intelligence plays in politics.

I am answering the most common 10 questions people are not asking us, but should and the question I am answering today is:

 

What can a politician expect from the fact of training his/her EQ?

 

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Plato and it goes like this:

"Bad politicians are sent to Washington by good people who don't vote."

William E. Simon

1. You are going to be more able to perceive relevant emotional information from the people around you that you might have missed. And this information sometimes can be critical to tune in with other people.

2. You are going to be able to empathize and emotionally mirror with people is something that will make you closer to others and even preferred by others. We like people that we feel are understanding how we feel.

3. You will be able to choose the right emotional state given the situation so that you can take better decisions, manage properly a situation or transmit the correct emotional information to make positive change.

 

4. You will be able to calm yourself down and/or encourage yourself in difficult situations, you will be able to “swim” and keep your head above the water when struggling. Panicking is never a good choice when you are facing a difficult decision, and we don’t want politicians have their decisions blurred by their fears.

Tune in to find out more...


027 Can emotional intelligence mean change for good in politics?

In this and the next 7 episodes we are looking closer into the role emotional intelligence plays in politics.

I am answering the most common 10 questions people are not asking us, but should and the question I am answering today is:

 

Can EQ mean a change for good in politics?

 

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Plato and it goes like this:

"One of the reasons people hate politics is that truth is rarely a politician's objective. Election and power are."

Cal Thomas

As Joshua Freedman, the CEO for 6 Seconds says the first duty of EQ is to contribute to make changes for good and into positive changes. If a politician is able to be more empathetic, to really connect with people and to lead him or herself by noble goals, then that kind of politician is much needed in his community and by his followers.

Also a politician has the enormous responsibility to inspire and empower the people around him or her, and that is a skill that can be developed through emotional intelligence training.

 

A new research of power has revealed that power is applied most effectively when it’s used by people who are attuned to and engaged with the needs and interests of others. When it comes to power, social intelligence—reconciling conflicts, negotiating, smoothing over group tensions—prevails over social evolution.

Stay tuned to find out more...

Direct download: 027_Can_EQ_mean_a_change_for_good_in_politics.mp3
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026 Why hasn't emotional intelligence burst into politics until now?

In this and the next 8 episodes we are looking closer into the role emotional intelligence plays in politics.

I am answering the 10 most common questions people are not asking us, but should and the question I am answering today is:

 

Why hasn’t EQ burst into politics until now?

 

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Plato and it goes like this:

No real social change has ever been brought about without a revolution... revolution is but thought carried into action.

Emma Goldman

It has but not in a structured way as we propose. There are many politicians of any level that are able to Perceive, Understand, and Navigate emotions. As they can connect with people and regulate their inner states, this has however been quite unusual and it has come in by chance.

What we want is to show is that Emotional Abilities can be trained on purpose and that there are tools and steps to increase the emotional quotient as a person who is in a political responsibility.

 

An appreciation of the links between emotions and power highlights that even if they are individual, emotions are always also collective and political. They frame what is and is not possible in politics. They reveal and conceal, enable and disable.

They do so in ways that are inaudible and seemingly a political which is precisely how they become political in the most profound and enduring manner: links between emotions and power shape the contours and content of world politics all while erasing the traces of doing so.

The task of international relations researchers is to locate, redraw and expose these traces.

Stay tuned to find out more...

Direct download: 026_Why_hasnt_EQ_burst_into_politics_until_now.mp3
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025 Why are emotions so important in politics?

In this and the next 9 episodes we are looking closer into the role emotional intelligence plays in politics

I am answering the10 most common questions people are not asking us, but should and the question I am answering today is:

 

Why are emotions so important in politics?

 

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Plato and it goes like this:

One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.

 

Plato

Because emotions and emotional states affect our thinking, our judgement and our decisions.

 

In the past decade research on emotions in world politics has undergone a radical transformation.

Having begun largely as a push to critique the long-hold opposition of emotion and reason, a growing number of inter-national relations researchers now see emotions as an intrinsic part of the social realm and therefore also of world politics.

Emotions have consequently been explored for new insights into a wide range of traditional and non-traditional political phenomena. It has even become common to speak of an emotional turn.

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Direct download: 025_Why_are_emotions_so_important_in_politics.mp3
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024 Doesn't emotional intelligence mean manipulating people?

In this and the next episode we are looking closer into what emotional intelligence is and how it can improve your personal as well your professional life.

I am answering the 10 most common questions we are being asked about emotional intelligence and the questions we are answering today is:

Doesn’t EQ mean manipulating people?

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Daniel Goleman and it goes like this:

"Emotions are contagious. We've all known it experientially. You know after you have a really fun coffee with a friend, you feel good. When you have a rude clerk in a store, you walk away feeling bad."

 

Daniel Goleman

When you think of a "perfect leader," what comes to mind?

You might picture someone who never lets his temper get out of control, no matter what problems he's facing. Or you might think of someone who has the complete trust of her staff, listens to her team, is easy to talk to, and always makes careful, informed decisions.

 

There is a lot of things you can use to manipulate people; marketing, sales, leadership. And if you want to use EQ to manipulate people, feel free to do so, it is YOUR choice.

However, if you choose to do so, it says very little about emotional intelligence and a lot about who you are as a person, your character, your integrity and your personality. People are not stupid, they will see through your disguise.

And when they have figured out that you have been dishonest and have been lying to them, they will never have faith in you again, good luck in gaining their trust back.

Some say that those with high EQ can easily manipulate people. They say that if you can accurately „read” people, find out their needs, values and weaknesses, if you can get under their skin, you can make them do anything.

 

Obviously, these ideas come from people who don’t have a very high EQ and don’t understand what emotional intelligence is about.

Stay tuned to find out more...

Direct download: 024_Doesnt_EQ_mean_manipulating_people.mp3
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023 Why is EQ important to every leader?

In this and the next episode we are looking closer into what emotional intelligence is and how it can improve your personal as well your professional life.

I am answering the 10 most common questions we are being asked about emotional intelligence and the questions we are answering today is:

Why is EQ important to every leader?

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Daniel Goleman and it goes like this:

"If your emotional abilities aren't in hand, if you don't have self-awareness, if you are not able to manage your distressing emotions, if you can't have empathy and have effective relationships, then no matter how smart you are, you are not going to get very far."

Daniel Goleman 

When you think of a "perfect leader," what comes to mind?

You might picture someone who never lets his temper get out of control, no matter what problems he's facing. Or you might think of someone who has the complete trust of her staff, listens to her team, is easy to talk to, and always makes careful, informed decisions.

 

When asked to identify the necessary traits for leaders, most would propose answers that fall within a wide range of topics.

Charisma, purpose, determination – these are just a few of the traits that are typically used to define a leader. However, many leaders have a single quality in common.

In short, what distinguishes the best leaders from the majority is their level of emotional intelligence.

 

Stay tuned to find out more...

Direct download: 023_Why_is_EQ_important_to_every_leader.mp3
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In this and the next 2 episodes we are looking closer into what emotional intelligence is and how it can improve your personal as well your professional life.

I am answering the 10 most common questions we are being asked about emotional intelligence and the questions we are answering today is:

How does EQ help me make better decisions?

 

 

It is scientifically proven that over 95% of our neural networks are hidden from our conscious mind, meaning that our decisions are influenced consciously to a degree of maximum 5%. I know it is terrifying to know that we have absolutely no idea most of the time what is happening in our brain, and that this gorgeous machine controls our body without us having a major influence to it.

Emotional Intelligence for me means to understand the way your brain interacts with the environment and teach it to change that behavior, according to my conscious needs.

I use to say that our feelings express the reality that our brain percieves, not the reality that we perceive rationally. If I feel fear, it means that part of me considers I am one way or the other threatened. If I can understand what part, why and how it feels threatened, that means that I understand a deeper part of me and then I can teach it to overcome the fear.

 

Emotional intelligence can help us discover the reality of our instinctive brain and adjust our behavior to harmonize the two realities that we live in, the conscious-one and the subconscious-one.

Stay tuned to find out more...

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021 Why hasn't anybody talked about EQ until a few years ago?

In this and the next 3 episodes we are looking closer into what emotional intelligence is and how it can improve your personal as well your professional life.

I am answering the 10 most common questions we are being asked about emotional intelligence and the questions we are answering today is:

Why hasn’t anybody talked about EQ until a few years ago?

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Kathleen Spike and it goes like this:

"There are certain emotions that will kill your drive; frustration and confusion.  You can change these to a positive force.  Frustration means you are on the verge of a breakthrough.  Confusion can mean you are about to learn something.  Expect the breakthrough and expect to learn."

 

Kathleen Spike, Master Certified Coach

Even if the conversations has increased recently, there is still too little practical advice how to incorporate emotional intelligence in our daily life.

In the last 30 years the research has improved and gotten better, however there is still a great work that needs to be done, both in the research as well on a practical level.

 

Even thou the view on emotional intelligence is much better in the States than the rest of the world, the discussion is still based on a theory.

Even thou the research is very important aspect of emotional intelligence, I feel that there is much more focus on the theory instead of the actual application of emotional intelligence in our daily life and work. 

 

Stay tuned to find out more...

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020 If I raise my EQ, will I become an emotional person?

In this and the next 4 episodes we are looking closer into what emotional intelligence is and how it can improve your personal as well your professional life.

I am answering the 10 most common questions we are being asked about emotional intelligence and the questions we are answering today is:

If I raise my EQ, will I become an emotional person?

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Tara Meyer Robson and it goes like this:

"When awareness is brought to an emotion, power is brought to your life."

 

– Tara Meyer Robson

That is an absolutely NO, but…

Emotions happen. Studies show us that on a casual day, we have over 20.000 (yes, twenty thousand) distinct emotional reactions to our surroundings.

At the end of the day some people may ask you how is your day and your answer is was is that it is usually fine, great or it sucked. Out of those twenty thousand distinct reactions we just draw an average.

Those emotional reactions actually influence and most of the time they drive us. Even though we don’t like to accept it, we are not aware of what is happening in the biggest areas of our brain.

Our conscious contribution to our decisions is at most 5% according to the new brain science. The rest is managed by the “uncontrolled” parts of our brain.

 

Emotional intelligence means to tap into this hidden world of emotional reactions and understand their meaning and influence. 

 

Stay tuned to find out more...

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019 What is the main block in raising my EQ?

In this and the next 5 episodes we are looking closer into what emotional intelligence is and how it can improve your personal as well your professional life.

I am answering the 10 most common questions we are being asked about emotional intelligence and the questions we are answering today is:

What is the main block in raising my EQ?

 

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from the Joseph Fort Mewton and it goes like this:

We cannot tell what may happen to us in the strange medley of life. But we can decide what happens in us how we can take it, what we do with it and that is what really counts in the end.” 

 

Joseph Fort Newton

What has been regarded as the keystone to emotional intelligence is self-awareness. By recognizing and understanding your emotions, you can take control over them instead of allowing them to control your actions.

By determining your own responses to certain stimuli, your professional development will increase ten-fold and make it easier for you to achieve those life goals you’ve set for yourself.

 

Raising your EQ is just like any other process of acquiring a new ability. You have to find a method and practice it long enough to make it a habit. With emotional intelligence however, the main block is about awareness. 

 

Stay tuned to find out more...

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018 Can EQ be learned and can it be raised?

In this and the next 6 episodes we are looking closer into what emotional intelligence is and how it can improve your personal as well your professional life.

I am answering the 10 most common questions we are being asked about emotional intelligence and the questions we are answering today is:

Can EQ be learned and can it be raised?

It can be trained for sure. Emotional Intelligence is a set of skills and is something to be learned and trained. Because improving your EQ is not something that you can do in 48h, it is however something that you do day by day throughout the years of your life. You don’t learn to manage your stress in a couple of days.

You cannot become a great “emotional information user” in a week, or learn to define and follow your noble goals from your inner being in a month, it is something to train and strengthening over time!

 

The good news is that anyone can increase their EQ when doing it on purpose and intentionally!

 

Stay tuned to find out more...

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017 How do I know of I have low vs. high EQ?

In this and the next 7 episodes we are looking closer into what emotional intelligence is and how it can improve your personal as well your professional life.

I am answering the 10 most common questions we are being asked about emotional intelligence and the questions we are answering today is:

How do I know if I have low vs. high EQ?

 

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from the author of the book Parallel Universe of Self, Fredrick Dodson and it goes like this:

"An emotion does not cause pain. Resistance or suppression of emotion causes pain.”

 

Frederick Dodson, Parallel Universe of Self

Research has shown us that more than 90 percent of top leadership performers have a high amount of emotional intelligence, or as we call it EQ.

The higher up the ladder that leaders are, the more people they impact and their EQ becomes ever more important. The person at the top sets the atmosphere that fills the organization, including the emotional temperature.

 

Not only does a leader with low emotional intelligence have a negative impact on employee morale, it directly impacts staff retention. We know that the biggest reason that people leave an organization is the relationship with those above them in a leading position.

 

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016 What would be the first step in learning emotional intelligence?

In this and the next 8 episodes we are looking closer into what emotional intelligence is and how it can improve your personal as well your professional life.

I am answering the 10 most common questions we are being asked about emotional intelligence and the questions we are answering today is:

What is would be the first step in learning emotional intelligence?

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Daniel Goleman and it goes like this:

 "If your emotional abilities aren't in hand, if you don't have self-awareness, if you are not able to manage your distressing emotions, if you can't have empathy and have effective relationships, then no matter how smart you are, you are not going to get very far."

 Daniel Goleman

The first thing we need to is to acknowledge the power of our self-awareness, it is the cornerstone of all social and emotional intelligence. Nothing can happen without strong self-awareness; we can’t manage our own behaviour effectively, connect and communicate with our colleagues, or even build productive working relationships without self-awareness.

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015 What is Emotional Intelligence?

In this and the next 9 episodes we are looking closer into what emotional intelligence is and how it can improve your personal as well your professional life.

I am answering the 10 most common questions we are being asked about emotional intelligence and the questions we are answering today is:

What is Emotional Intelligence?

Before I answer today’s question, I want to share today’s quote which is from Plato and it goes like this.

 "All learning has an emotional base."

Plato

Emotional intelligence is the “something” in each of us that is a bit intangible. It affects how we manage behaviour, navigate social complexities, and make personal decisions that achieve positive results.

Emotional intelligence is the ability to express and control our own emotions and our ability to understand, interpret, and respond to the emotions of others. Imagine a world where you couldn't understand when a friend was feeling sad or when a co-worker was angry. 

 

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014 Barack Obama

In this episode we are looking closely at 13 America's Presidents, from FDR to Obama. 

In today's episode we are going to learn more about Barack Obama. Here are som aspects of his presidential leadership we are going to examine:

  • Organizational Capacity
  • Political Skill
  • Vision
  • Cognitive Style
  • Emotional Intelligence

If you want to learn more how to use EQ in your leadership, then go to:

www.eqpodcast.com

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013 George W Bush

In this and the next episode we are looking closely at 13 America's Presidents, from FDR to Obama. 

In today's episode we are going to learn more about George W Bush. Here are som aspects of his presidential leadership we are going to examine:

  • Organizational Capacity
  • Political Skill
  • Vision
  • Cognitive Style
  • Emotional Intelligence

If you want to learn more how to use EQ in your leadership, then go to:

www.eqpodcast.com

Direct download: 013_George_W_Bush.mp3
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012 Bill Clinton

In this and the next 2 episodes we are looking closely at 13 America's Presidents, from FDR to Obama. 

In today's episode we are going to learn more about Bill Clinton. Here are som aspects of his presidential leadership we are going to examine:

  • Organizational Capacity
  • Political Skill
  • Vision
  • Cognitive Style
  • Emotional Intelligence

If you want to learn more how to use EQ in your leadership, then go to:

www.eqpodcast.com

Direct download: 012_Bill_Clinton.mp3
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011 George H W Bush

In this and the next 3 episodes we are looking closely at 13 America's Presidents, from FDR to Obama. 

In today's episode we are going to learn more about George H W Bush. Here are som aspects of his presidential leadership we are going to examine:

  • Organizational Capacity
  • Political Skill
  • Vision
  • Cognitive Style
  • Emotional Intelligence

If you want to learn more how to use EQ in your leadership, then go to:

www.eqpodcast.com

Direct download: 011_George_H_W_Bush.mp3
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010 Ronald Reagan

In this and the next 4 episodes we are looking closely at 13 America's Presidents, from FDR to Obama. 

In today's episode we are going to learn more about Ronald Reagan. Here are som aspects of his presidential leadership we are going to examine:

  • Organizational Capacity
  • Political Skill
  • Vision
  • Cognitive Style
  • Emotional Intelligence

If you want to learn more how to use EQ in your leadership, then go to:

www.eqpodcast.com

Direct download: 010_Roland_Reagan.mp3
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009 Jimmy Carter

In this and the next 5 episodes we are looking closely at 13 America's Presidents, from FDR to Obama. 

In today's episode we are going to learn more about Jimmy Carter. Here are som aspects of his presidential leadership we are going to examine:

  • Organizational Capacity
  • Political Skill
  • Vision
  • Cognitive Style
  • Emotional Intelligence

If you want to learn more how to use EQ in your leadership, then go to:

www.eqpodcast.com

Direct download: 009_Jimmy_Carter.mp3
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008 Gerald Ford

In this and the next 6 episodes we are looking closely at 13 America's Presidents, from FDR to Obama. 

In today's episode we are going to learn more about Gerald Ford. Here are som aspects of his presidential leadership we are going to examine:

  • Organizational Capacity
  • Political Skill
  • Vision
  • Cognitive Style
  • Emotional Intelligence

If you want to learn more how to use EQ in your leadership, then go to:

www.eqpodcast.com

Direct download: 008_Gerald_Ford.mp3
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007 Richard Nixon

In this and the next 7 episodes we are looking closely at 13 America's Presidents, from FDR to Obama. 

In today's episode we are going to learn more about Richard Nixon. Here are som aspects of his presidential leadership we are going to examine:

  • Organizational Capacity
  • Political Skill
  • Vision
  • Cognitive Style
  • Emotional Intelligence

If you want to learn more how to use EQ in your leadership, then go to:

www.eqpodcast.com

Direct download: 007_Richard_Nixon.mp3
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006 Lyndon Johnson

In this and the next 8 episodes we are looking closely at 13 America's Presidents, from FDR to Obama. 

In today's episode we are going to learn more about Lyndon Johnson. Here are som aspects of his presidential leadership we are going to examine:

  • Organizational Capacity
  • Political Skill
  • Vision
  • Cognitive Style
  • Emotional Intelligence

If you want to learn more how to use EQ in your leadership, then go to:

www.eqpodcast.com

Direct download: 006_Lyndon_Johnson.mp3
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005 John F Kenedy

In this and the next 9 episodes we are looking closely at 13 America's Presidents, from FDR to Obama. 

In today's episode we are going to learn more about John F Kenedy. Here are som aspects of his presidential leadership we are going to examine:

  • Organizational Capacity
  • Political Skill
  • Vision
  • Cognitive Style
  • Emotional Intelligence

If you want to learn more how to use EQ in your leadership, then go to:

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Direct download: 005_John_F_Kennedy.mp3
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004 Dwight Eisenhower

In this and the next 10 episodes we are looking closely at 13 America's Presidents, from FDR to Obama. 

In today's episode we are going to learn more about Dwight Eisenhower. Here are som aspects of his presidential leadership we are going to examine:

  • Organizational Capacity
  • Political Skill
  • Vision
  • Cognitive Style
  • Emotional Intelligence

If you want to learn more how to use EQ in your leadership, then go to:

www.eqpodcast.com

Direct download: 004_Dwight_Eisenhower.mp3
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003 Harry Truman

In this and the next 11 episodes we are looking closely at 13 America's Presidents, from FDR to Obama. 

In today's episode we are going to learn more about Harry Truman. Here are som aspects of his presidential leadership we are going to examine:

  • Organizational Capacity
  • Political Skill
  • Vision
  • Cognitive Style
  • Emotional Intelligence

If you want to learn more how to use EQ in your leadership, then go to:

www.eqpodcast.com

Direct download: 003_Harry_Truman.mp3
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002 Franklin Roosevelt

In this and the next 12 episodes we are looking closly at 13 America's Presidents, from FDR to Obama. 

In today's episode we are going to learn more about Franklin Roosevelt. Here are some aspects of his presidential leadership we are going to examine:

  • Organizational Capacity
  • Political Skill
  • Vision
  • Cognitive Style 
  • Emotional Intelligence 

If you want to learn more how to use EQ in your leadership, then go to:

www.eqpodcast.com

Direct download: 002_Franklin_Roosevelt.mp3
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001 Welcome to EQ for World Leaders Podcast

Welcome to the EQ for World Leaders Podcast!

In this first episode I am going to walk you through what emotional intelligence (EQ) is and what our mission is with this podcast. 

Our definition of EQ is the ability to use emotions effectively and productively.

So, how can EQ be applied to the political forum? 

In the current global context, counties are strugglig with rapid growth and change in people, with finding competitive advantage in a globalized economy and finding and maintaining national resources that resonates with the rest of the world in a changing democracy and diplopatic landscape. 

To learn more, go to www.eqpodcast.com.

Direct download: 001_Welcome_to_EQ_for_World_Leaders.mp3
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