Character forms the foundation of effective leadership, shaping how leaders interact with their teams and navigate challenges. The LifeThrive Leadership Program emphasizes the importance of developing a “growth mindset” and mastering “self-regulation” to foster a results-oriented culture. These components are crucial in building a “will do” attitude that drives success and innovation within an organization. Self-Regulation:

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In the dynamic world of leadership, competence transcends beyond mere education and experience. True competence is the ability to inspire and engage individuals to give their best every day. It encompasses critical aspects of emotional intelligence, driving leaders to create high-performing, cohesive teams. The LifeThrive Leadership Program (75 years of experience in leadership development) highlights

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Noble Goals That Inspire This series on emotional intelligence competencies and skills concludes with the 8th competency, Noble Goals. Before I get into this competency, let me answer a question I have received from people. Why the Six Seconds model of emotional intelligence instead of something else? The answer to that is simple. When I

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Empathy, a core component of emotional intelligence (EI), involves the ability to understand and share the feelings of another person. It is foundational for building relationships, managing conflicts, and leading effectively. The Six Seconds Model of Emotional Intelligence emphasizes the importance of increasing empathy not just as a natural capacity but as a deliberate practice,

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The competency of Exercise Optimism is a crucial element that significantly influences one’s ability to thrive in various aspects of life. The Six Seconds Model of Emotional Intelligence, which focuses on actionable EQ skills, identifies exercise optimism as a vital component. This competency involves the ability to maintain a positive outlook, see opportunities in challenges,

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Intrinsic motivation, the motivation that comes from inside us, refers to the drive to engage in activities for their own sake, for the pleasure and satisfaction derived from the activity itself, rather than for some separable consequence. This competency is particularly significant in the Six Seconds Model of EI, which focuses on actionable aspects of

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