About This Show
Relatable Leader is produced to benefit the following listener groups:
1. People employed by organizations in which they hold a leadership position, or those who have been identified as potential leaders. This is one of the main participant groups attending my face-to-face trainings.
2. People aspiring to build careers as professional trainers and who want real-life insight into what that career might look like. These people frequently reach out to me to learn how I became a trainer and the introduction episode answers that question in broad strokes. Also in this category are those already in training roles seeking support and a virtual peer group.
3. Another participant group who benefits significantly from my trainings are front line workers who are striving to reach their highest potential. They aren't wanting to take on leadership roles, but they are on board with my motto, "You don't have to be the leader to lead."
This podcast will provide you with insights into the topics I'm training, the challenges my clients face, the coaching I offer to overcome those challenges, and an overall view of one trainer's career.
This is no fast formula or quick step to success. If you are looking for a 3-month, 10 step program to a six-figure income, this is NOT the podcast for you, because that's not the life I'm living.
This IS your behind the scenes access to coaching that supports your success in a leadership position.
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EP088 Consider Your Emotional Intelligence Mid-Year Attitude Challenge
4 days ago
Like temperament and personality, emotional intelligence can be so central to who we are, we might not give it conscious thought until we focus on the behaviors that define our attitude. According to Daniel Goleman’s book, Working with Emotional Intelligence, “Emotional intelligence refers to the capacity for recognizing our own feelings and those of others, for motivating ourselves, and for managing emotions well in ourselves and in our relationships. It describes abilities distinct from, but complementary to, academic intelligence, the purely cognitive capacities measured by IQ. Many people who are book smart but lack emotional intelligence end up working for people who have lower IQs than they but who excel in emotional intelligence skills.” In Emotional Intelligence – A Practical Guide, by Dr. David Walton, the key components of Emotional Intelligence are: Self-knowledge Managing your emotions Understanding others’ behaviors and feelings Managing your relationships (using effective social skills) Understanding your temperament and personality strengthens your emotional intelligence. That work is focused on self. Emotional intelligence includes self-awareness, but expands the picture to include other people. Emotional intelligence directly relates to the title of this book: LIVE IT! Mastering Positive Attitude Habits. You can feel a range of emotions, identify what you are feeling, understand the feelings of others, and interact in healthy ways for a more satisfying life. Emotional intelligence is the pathway by which you can get your needs met while nurturing relationships. Low level emotional intelligence might look like an attitude issue because the person doesn’t seem to care about how others respond to him/her, or worse, they might get very agitated with coworkers and form a blaming viewpoint instead of considering how their actions created the conflicted responses. Low level emotional intelligence people might hear how another person is feeling, but they don’t put forth the effort to validate those feelings. They may go so far as to invalidate the other person’s feelings, even saying they shouldn’t feel that way or mock them for the way they feel. Subscribe to this podcast and read my book to learn more. Get Catherine Goggia’s book, “LIVE IT! Mastering Positive Attitude Habits, 15 Practical Tips for Managing Your Mindse
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