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An Amazing Cross-Team Effort

Just under a year ago Q. Learning delivered the first Oxford City Council development centre to the Executive Team. Today is the last of 20 centres. Between us all, we have prepared for and delivered 20 centres and over 200 EQi reports and feedback sessions.   They had a personalised Q. Guide, and we have [...]

Congratulations United Learning

Congratulations to one of our clients, United Learning: the HR team won HR team of the year in the public /charity sector at the CIPD Awards 2016 this week. A special well done to Mandy Coalter, HR Director, for all her hard work leading her wonderful team! Written by Lesley Gosling

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An Emotionally Intelligent Response to Brexit?

The summer holidays are over, it’s ten weeks since the referendum, but many people still feel strongly about the result.  Recent demonstrations from disappointed Remainers and a petition calling for a second referendum keep the argument going. Even those who voted Leave may be anxious about the future.  Families, friendships, workplaces and communities are experiencing [...]

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Big Decisions

From Rio to Hinkley via Heathrow Is it right to ban all Russian Olympians from Rio 2016, or only those known to be dopers? Should the UK build or not build a third runway at Heathrow, or a new nuclear plant at Hinkley Point?   The International Olympic Committee sidestepped a decision to impose a [...]

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Are Your Leaders Suffering From a Lack of zzzzz’s?

Last week I benefitted from exquisite coaching by a delegate on Q. Learning’s ILM Coaching Programme. That night I slept better than I had for a very long time. When was the last time you had a really good night’s sleep and woke the next day full of va va voom and ready to cope [...]

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How Can We Make Emotionally Intelligent Decisions?

A recent article in the Guardian shed light on the reason behind why white boys from working-class backgrounds are the least likely to go to university. The Guardian spoke to 12 teenagers from Chantry School in Ipswich, following a presentation they attended by UCS (University Campus Suffolk). The presentation seems to have had a powerful [...]

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Developing Emotional Intelligence in Banking – 3 Ways to Improve Interpersonal Functioning

Bankers are discovering their sensitive side, according to the British Bankers Association. In their recent report the BBA highlights the work of the ‘Vulnerability Taskforce’ , to which the BBA and its members are making a commitment to ensure that: ‘Customers in vulnerable circumstances are treated not only fairly but with empathy and sensitivity to [...]

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The Emotional Intelligence Journey

You are your life's work When Daniel Goleman published Emotional Intelligence in 1995, it spent over 18 months on the New York Times bestseller list. Whilst many have devoted time and energy to researching and explaining the nature and value of emotional intelligence, Goleman has done more perhaps than any to place it firmly on [...]

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