Entries by Kirsi Aalto

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6 Ways To Refresh Goals For A Millennial Workforce

Setting ambitious but realistic goals for your team always requires care. But managing millennials — born in the 1980s and 1990s — might require a fresh approach. To devise goals that might hold particular appeal to younger employees: Establish a Two-way Process Traditional bosses declare a goal and then expect staffers to work hard to […]

Focus and Open Awareness – the battle of the left and the right brain

[quote align=”center” color=”#999999″]”The intuitive mind is a sacred gift; the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have a society that honours the servant and has forgotten the gift.”   Albert Einstein[/quote] Albert Einstein’s above statement may in fact be more fitting in today’s society than ever before. Due to the excessively high volume of […]

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The Introvert Leader

There has been a significant amount of research in the recent years exploring the dynamics between introverts and extroverts in the workplace. Firstly, it is to be noted that these are not two fixed points on a graph – people can have various degrees of extroversion and introversion. However, although the divide between these two concepts […]


We would like to invite you to… The 2015 EQ Summit, held in London, England on Friday March the 20th!   Please click on the image below to view the full invite with details of the event and further instructions on registration.

Mindfulness In The Workplace

Humans are programmed to seek happiness and fulfillment in their lives. As we spend a substantial part of our lives at work, we ought to seek the same fulfillment in our workplace. Happiness has been found to be increased by pursuing intrinsic goals, behaving autonomous, satisfying basic psychological needs, as well as being mindful and […]