Thursday Jun 14, 2018

Episode 25 - Emotion at work in Emotional Intelligence

In this episode, I interview someone that has been a part of my professional life for just over a decade. Like me, Cliff Lansley from EIA Group has deep knowledge, passion and expertise in the world of emotion.  For our chat we take a deep dive into what may be some of the key areas this podcast should have explored in the past; what are emotions? what is emotional intelligence? how can you test or assess EQ? 
Through our conversation, we get into some of the risks, issues and opportunities with the current state of emotional intelligence as well as how we, or more specifically how Cliff is using his Ph.D. to push forward the approaches and methods we use to view and assess EQ.  The two main gaps.... context (you can see why we get along) and goals.  
Here are the references too:
Paul Ekman - what scientists that study emotion agree on (2016)
Paul Ekman wider review and access to some of his papers:
Joseph Ladoux - The Emotional Brain - the idea that triggers are ‘indelibly burned’
Is emotional intelligence about traits, abilities or both?
Howard Gardner - multiple intelligences
The Emotional Intelligence Consortium
The Cult of Personality Testing
A critique of emotional intelligence
The Development of Emotional Competence
Assessing Emotional Intelligence
Understanding Emotions
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