If you have taken a look at our past posts on EI, you’ll know how it is defined and how important it is in the workplace. With all of this new information, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Perhaps you are questioning if you have what it takes to be an emotionally intelligent employee or employer. We think you do.
We are all familiar with the emotions of happiness, anger, fear, and sadness. These emotions are strong and impact the ways we live our lives. So how does emotion enter our professional lives, and what does it have to do with our intelligence?
While at first it might seem ideal to work in a sea of people just like yourself, we are here to help you challenge your current ideas of a perfect employee, and help you create a more diverse, unique and energized workplace.
Previously on WeLearn’s learning development blog, we have explored the roots of emotional intelligence, its definition, and how it’s measured. But how does emotional intelligence make its way into workforce development?
While it may seem like a daunting concept to people like you and me, artificial intelligence and automation could enhance your professional life. Embracing automation in the workplace could lead to economic growth, an increase in jobs, and higher productivity. So what are we so scared of?
Content Strategy uses trustworthy, compelling media to communicate an organization’s workforce development goals and broader learning philosophy to a specific audience. A content strategy is important because it improves an audience’s learning experience, captivates their imagination, and garners support and interest for a company or business.
Introducing the CRUSH Method, a research-backed blueprint that sales leaders can use today to up level their coaching, and ramp up their team’s performance.
As you may be experiencing firsthand, the COVID 19 crisis has pushed students out of the classroom and into the world of online learning. Experts predict that online and remote learning isn’t going anywhere and that most schools will continue with an eLearning hybrid approach. If digital is our future, how do we provide the best education for our learners?
Recent studies estimate that 9% of jobs to 47% are at risk of automation and many fear that the rise of automatable tasks will lead to mass unemployment, social distress, and anxiety in the workplace. But will robots really steal our jobs and leave us with nothing to do?