Lightbulb Moments Cards
“Lightbulb Moments Cards” form part of the resources within Ei4Change online emotional intelligence courses.
Download a copy of our illustration of the “Personal Transition through Change“ diagram devised by John M. Fisher. Originally presented at the Tenth International Personal Construct Congress, Berlin, 1999, this is the version modified in 2012.
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Download this free White Paper.
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In his book “Working with Emotional Intelligence” (1998), Daniel Goleman identifies a series of competencies for each domain of his emotional intelligence framework. Download a copy of the framework and the list of associated competencies.
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Daniel Goleman identifies a range of leadership styles and associated emotional intelligence competencies in his 2004 book “Leadership that gets results”. The six styles are summarised in a chart available for download.
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The DISC behavioural styles – Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance – are widely recognised. Each style has its own characteristic set of strengths and liabilities. These impact on the expression of emotional intelligence depending upon circumstances. Download our infographic on high and low emotional intelligence with each style.
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Download this free poster giving some tips and hints about practising mindfulness throughout the day.
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