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We provide leadership communication training and coaching that move your associates, managers, and executives to improved productivity through enhanced leadership presence, influential relationship skills and greater personal resilience.

All of our workshops and coaching interactions are designed to teach core principles of Emotional Intelligence and include powerful “brain-based” practices from the findings of neuroscience. The resulting knowledge and skill enhance the participant’s sense of self and and purpose, which enables them to thrive in the organizational culture while achieving mutually satisfying results.

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30
Aug

EQ-i 2.0 Quick Guide to Emotional Intelligence! New compilation of my EQi Articles – Buy the Guide now! $2.99

Purchase here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/1501041770# Leadership and Communication Trainer/Consultant, Steve Whiteford, offers short but valued perspectives on the Scales and Subscales of the Emotional Intelligence assessment: EQ-i 2.0. Certified practitioners and enthusiasts alike will benefit from his short takes including: TRAINING TIPS, thoughts on the cohesive INTER-DEPENDENCIES  through the SUBSCALES of the model, personal revelations, andCITINGS from NEUROSCIENCE and MINDFULNESS. Whiteford’s […]

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05
Dec

Openness is Good Management

Not long ago I enjoyed a lecture given by Psychologist, Richard Farson. In his talk he critiqued the very concept of management training. He targeted the idea that management, which is mostly interpersonal relationship, can be accomplished through technique. An example he offered was the practice of using “verbal templates” for effective communication. For instance […]

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05
Dec

The Truth Is Out

In our current business climate we have some excellent examples of the need for truth and trust in business practices and communication. A few major corporations have given give lip service to ethical accounting practices resulting in major lay-offs, bankruptcy, a crashing market and an extreme loss of trust in American Business. Although hundreds of […]

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