Most people lack the ability to own and live according to their worthiness. It’s natural for people to worry about feeling unworthy, unlovable, and damaged, but I want you to ask yourself what standing outside your worthiness has gotten you.
Years of trying to be accepted has shown me that hustling for worthiness gets you nowhere. Owning your story means acknowledging your feelings, dealing with the hard emotions, and not letting fear win.
Is emotional intelligence vital to successful coaching? Empathically, YES.
First, let’s define. Emotional intelligence is the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically.
The way we interact with and focus on people in the workplace is changing. As the next generation enters the workforce, leaders will have to lead very differently. That will require a completely different skill set and a great deal of emotional agility.
Join us on Wednesday, April 27th for an engaging conversation with Victor McGuire, Founder and Executive Director of
Coaching For Everyone.
We will unpack the power of coaching and why it matters in organizations.
We will also discuss the coaching industry and people of color, along with his passion and mission to increase the representation of people of color
in the coaching industry.
How do we do it? And why is it necessary? Join us LIVE on LinkedIn
Wednesday, April 27th at 12 pm EST!
With the recent news of the brilliant beauty queen, Chelsie Kryst dying by suicide, many people are reminded of the seriousness of depression and the extremes people go to wear masks to hide the pain. Chelsie was an attorney, a daughter, sibling, and friend. It is unclear if she shared her pain with many others, but it brings to light how we can help those around us.
I have always liked the start of something new – a new project, a new book, and yes, a new year. A New Year is a new beginning, and an opportunity for all of us to make a fresh start.