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How To Use Emotional Intelligence In The Workplace

July 10, 2020

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This episode is an interview that my brother, Jonathan, our CMO at Trainual did during our Training With Empathy event earlier this year. He chats with Amy Posey, the Founder & CEO of SUPER MEGA BOSS. She’s also the co-author of Wild Success: Seven key lessons, business leaders can learn from extreme adventures. This talk is a really candid conversation about how you should be vulnerable with your people, how it’s okay to admit mistakes, and just the science behind emotional intelligence as a whole.

Amy is a neuroscience-based leadership development facilitator who helps leaders at all levels using science and performance research in her practical approach to learning and development. SUPER*MEGA*BOSS is a manager training company that creates short videos and in-person sessions to make better bosses.

Topics Covered
  • Amy’s background in the adventure world
  • Drawing parallels between extreme adventures to daily life
  • The dynamics of executive and managerial leadership
  • Bringing bits of your authentic, weird self to work
  • Hiring a team that doesn’t think the way you do
  • Why you should constantly expose yourself to things you’re not used to
  • Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable
  • The key elements of emotional intelligence
  • The concept of metacognition
  • Reframing everything as a learning experience
  • Emotionally regulating while receiving feedback
Resources

Amy Posey Website

SUPER*MEGA*BOSS Website

Wild Success: 7 Key Lessons Business Leaders Can Learn from Extreme Adventurers

Mark Matthews

Find Amy on Twitter

Find Amy on Linkedin

Find SUPER*MEGA*BOSS on Twitter

Find SUPER*MEGA*BOSS on Instagram

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How To Use Emotional Intelligence In The Workplace

July 10, 2020

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This episode is an interview that my brother, Jonathan, our CMO at Trainual did during our Training With Empathy event earlier this year. He chats with Amy Posey, the Founder & CEO of SUPER MEGA BOSS. She’s also the co-author of Wild Success: Seven key lessons, business leaders can learn from extreme adventures. This talk is a really candid conversation about how you should be vulnerable with your people, how it’s okay to admit mistakes, and just the science behind emotional intelligence as a whole.

Amy is a neuroscience-based leadership development facilitator who helps leaders at all levels using science and performance research in her practical approach to learning and development. SUPER*MEGA*BOSS is a manager training company that creates short videos and in-person sessions to make better bosses.

Topics Covered
  • Amy’s background in the adventure world
  • Drawing parallels between extreme adventures to daily life
  • The dynamics of executive and managerial leadership
  • Bringing bits of your authentic, weird self to work
  • Hiring a team that doesn’t think the way you do
  • Why you should constantly expose yourself to things you’re not used to
  • Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable
  • The key elements of emotional intelligence
  • The concept of metacognition
  • Reframing everything as a learning experience
  • Emotionally regulating while receiving feedback
Resources

Amy Posey Website

SUPER*MEGA*BOSS Website

Wild Success: 7 Key Lessons Business Leaders Can Learn from Extreme Adventurers

Mark Matthews

Find Amy on Twitter

Find Amy on Linkedin

Find SUPER*MEGA*BOSS on Twitter

Find SUPER*MEGA*BOSS on Instagram

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How To Use Emotional Intelligence In The Workplace

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