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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY 



The Camp Quality story: Cultural transformation towards a positive work culture

Transforming a workplace culture takes time. It takes persistence and resilience. It also takes an optimistic outlook for success and tools that instil this attitude at all levels of the organisation.

Transforming an organisation that deals with death and grief daily into one that approaches living with cancer with a positive outlook - even laughter - was an extraordinary journey, and one we are deeply proud to have shared and enabled. This case study looks at the journey we took with Camp Quality, a not-for-profit organisation helping children living with cancer, from an organisation in despair and financial jeopardy to one equipped to embrace the future with optimism and pride. 

The tools and techniques we used to embed this culture are evidence-based and adapted from positive psychology. This case study shows the powerful impact positive psychology interventions can have on organisational culture - and the bottom line.

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Increasing emotional intelligence through coaching: A leader's success story

Leaders with technical intelligence and strategic savvy often ignore the critical impact of emotional intelligence to their professional profile and business success.

In this case study a business leader at a multinational pharmaceutical explains how, after receiving poor feedback about his authoritative style and realising his job was on the line, he took on the challenge of sharpening his emotional intelligence and getting curious about people.

Working with coach Janet Langley after attending our Leading with Emotional Intelligence programme, he achieved a dramatic turn around and hotshot his career to the C-level.

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A strength-based approach to building a strong, cohesive and sustainable leadership team: a consultant and client perspective

Emphasising performance strengths achieves far more successful business outcomes than focussing on performance weakness. Making team members’ strengths known and accessible to everyone makes a team far stronger than the sum of its parts.

EIW consultant Mel Neil outlines the programme she put in place using the Realise2 strengths approach to strengthen an executive team within a change-resistant culture. Executive Director, Jacqui Martin, talks about the impact of this approach and what made the intervention so successful.

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