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Change Leaders are EITC alumni, colleagues, and leaders who are living out and championing leadership in their professional lives and promoting emotional intelligence in the world. Meet Jean-François Marcoux and Maxime Rondeau. They work at the Royal Military College...
MHS Assessments is based in Toronto and is the largest publisher of psychometrics in Canada. In 1997 they published the world’s first scientific assessment for EQ: the Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i). Since that time they developed the multi-rater version,...
I was invited to a virtual coaching networking meeting, knowing only one person. Ordinarily, this can be uncomfortable for me. But I knew we had one thing in common. We were all grappling with the new world we’ve been...
Yes, these are incredibly unstable times and the impacts are being felt by everyone worldwide. Collectively, we are now thinking about the most vulnerable, the people on the margins, the ones most susceptible to contracting and being deeply impacted...
We are thinking about all of you and hope you and your communities are able to stay safe. We are inspired by the efforts of everyone to flatten the curve and stop the spread of COVID-19. We are grateful...
We’re going to the CPHR BC & Yukon conference again this year! Join us on April 28-29 in Vancouver at the Vancouver Convention Centre for inspiring speakers, new strategies, innovative technologies in human resources. Eric Kasoyaga, EITC Look for our...
Every Single Word is a fantastic project by Dylan Marron. It’s a few years old. He takes Hollywood feature films and edits them down so that what he has left is every line spoken by a person of colour. They...
Listening is hard work. And listening to someone’s pain is even harder. Humans are good at avoiding pain. And we have a variety of defence reactions designed to block the experience of having pain. And that includes the pain caused...
We’re proud to announce that our EQ-i 2.0 Certification Course has been approved for 23 Continuing Professional Development Hours by CPHR Alberta. We know first hand just how committed Human Resources and People Services professionals are to professional development...
For coaches and leaders, comfort with silence is essential.  Silence lets us slow down. When we slow down all kinds of good things happen. We get out of our reaction thinking and into our deep thinking. We can be more...