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Motivating And Inspiring Your Team

Today’s Manager Magazine (Issue 1, 2013) By Dr Granville Ed D’Souza Unlike Intelligence Quotient (IQ), Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is not something a leader is born with. It is acquired through years of disciplined practice and personal sacrifice. » Full article (PDF, 424kb).
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The Impact Of Leadership With Emotional Intelligence

Special Report The Graduate (Jan – Mar 2013 Issue) Maya Angelou, an American author and poet, once said this, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Lilian Wu takes a closer look at how this ties in with the new wave of leadership with Emotional Intelligence (
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Apply Consequential Thinking To Improve Decision-Making

Today’s Manager Magazine (Dec 2012 – Jan 2013 Issue) By Dr Granville Ed D’Souza The ability to apply consequential thinking allows people to assess their choices, anticipate how people will react, and follow their intentions. Consequential thinking is about imagining the upsides and downsides of our actions. » Full article (PDF, 900kb).
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Gift of Healing: Expressing Empathy in Daily Life

Today’s Manager Magazine (Oct – Nov 2012 Issue) By Dr Granville Ed D’Souza The art of relationships depends on empathy. The ability to develop strong people skills allows us to recognise and react appropriately to situations. People with good empathy make good team players, dependable spouses and colleagues, and reliable business partners and managers. » Full article (PDF
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Adopting The Right State For The Right Stage

Today’s Manager Magazine (Aug – Sep 2012 Issue) By Dr Granville Ed D’Souza State management refers to the thoughts, feelings, energy levels, and cognitive functioning which is the ability and inability to use one’s mind to recollect, store, and use information effectively that translate into outer and observable behaviours. » Full article (PDF, 829kb).
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How Optimists and Pessimists Think and Behave

Today’s Manager Magazine (Jun – Jul 2012 Issue) By Dr Granville Ed D’Souza Certain people can put their troubles neatly into a box and go about their lives even when one part of it, their job or love life, is suffering. Optimists, however, should not be seen as blindly being positive in the face of crisis. They are able to deal with them as they happen. They adjust
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Are You Emotionally Aware?

By Dr Granville Ed D’Souza How do you think we compare to our western counterparts when looking inward and asking ourselves what has and has not worked in our lives? My experiences in Singapore have led me to believe that people here do little in the way of going back to the past and learning about what was useful and what was not. » Full article on Singapore Business Rev
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Enhance Emotional Literacy

By Dr Granville Ed D’Souza Our ability to be emotionally aware depends largely on how we have been taught to deal with feelings. Many of us hold painful feelings in a low light. This intolerant attitude toward painful feelings, such as anxiety and stress, can actually make them far worse. We vilify ourselves for feeling “bad” and we often fight these painful emotions rather th
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Finding Purpose and Passion For a Fulfilling Journey

Today’s Manager Magazine (Apr – May 2012 Issue) By Dr Granville Ed D’Souza In life, as in all journeys we undertake, it’s important to have our goals in sight: noble goals that give meaning and purpose to our existence. » Full article (PDF, 1mb).
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How To Improve Self-Awareness

Self-awareness requires an ability to tune into our true feelings, evaluate and monitor our emotions, and manage them. The goal is balance, not emotional suppression — recognizing that every feeling has its value and significance. The next step is realizing that we have the freedom of choice — that we are not beholden to our sentiments. Only by learning how to overcome instinctive r
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