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Robin Hills01-15-21 The Authority Guide to Emotional Resilience and Business Behavior: Robin Hills

What if you had strategies to manage stress and weather storms in the workplace? What if you could inspire others and build successful relationships among those in your teams? Despite a barren parched environment, life continues to flourish. There is new growth and there are new prospects. Out of adversity comes opportunity and a new plant grows where others would fail to flourish. The old is replaced by the new, that will eventually grow to full maturity and the new plant will be an integral part of a new landscape and new environment. Emotional intelligence has become increasingly recognised as a trait in leadership. In fact, it could easily be argued that emotional intelligence is an important characteristic for anyone at any level of an organisation. A leader’s emotional intelligence can have a major influence over their relationships, how they manage their teams and generally how they interact with individuals in the workplace.

Robin Hills is the director of Ei4Change, a company specializing in educational training, coaching and personal development focused around emotional intelligence, positive psychology and neuroscience. He has taught over 100,000 people in 175+ countries how to build resilience, increased self-awareness and understanding of others. His educational programs on resilience and emotional intelligence cover the most comprehensive and detailed education of any emotional intelligence organization and are today used in educational establishments in South Africa and India. He is also the author of 2 books and has through his work developed the experiential coaching methodology Images of Resilience to support cathartic conversations around resilience. He has delivered key-note speeches at conferences across the world including at Harvard University and sits on the North West Committee of the Association of Business Psychology.

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