Author: Carolyn Stern

Part one of my blog discussed why researching your audience is crucial for a powerful presentation. Another common mistake I see when people are giving presentations is not having a […]

What is the most important part of your presentation? The topic? The impact? The takeaways? All three are important, but none of the above will result in an effective presentation […]

Problem solving is a key skill that can make a huge difference to your business. Whether resolving a problem between you and your client, you and your employees, or you […]

Stress management is the final area that contributes to emotional intelligence. This is about how well we cope with change, the unfamiliar, and our daily challenges. Here, we examine how […]

Stress management is the final area that contributes to emotional intelligence. This is about how well we cope with change, the unfamiliar, and our daily challenges. Here, we examine how […]

Stress management is the final area that contributes to emotional intelligence. This is about how well we cope with change, the unfamiliar, and our daily challenges. These competencies make up […]

Decision Making is the fourth area that contributes to emotional intelligence. This is about how we use the information our emotions provide to make decisions. These competencies make up the […]

Decision-making – how we use the information our emotions provide to make decisions – is the fourth composite scale that contributes to emotional intelligence. In my last blog, I examined […]

Decision-making is the fourth composite scale that contributes to emotional intelligence. This is about how we use the information our emotions provide to make decisions. These competencies make up the […]

Interpersonal is the third area that contributes to emotional intelligence. This is about how we interact with others. Here, we examine our social graces. These competencies make up the interpersonal […]