Podcast Show Notes
Michael joins me today to share his expertise in emotional intelligence (EQ) and how it affects your career or business startup. He reveals why emotional intelligence is essential for business leaders and entrepreneurs and delves into how it can change your hiring process. Michael shares the action steps that can be taken to develop emotional intelligence and explains the four quadrants of EQ. He also shares how EQ can be used to encourage trust in a team, which is vital for business success.
“The process – or the interpersonal dynamics or emotional intelligence of a group – highly influences the success of a product or a business.” – Michael Diettrich-Chastain
This week on the Supportedly Podcast:
- The basics of emotional intelligence.
- The differences between IQ and EQ and why entrepreneurs should develop their EQ.
- How emotional intelligence will affect your career development or startup.
- Why emotional intelligence is crucial during a pitch.
- The two elements of EQ that affect the hiring process.
- Why you should be concerned about developing your EQ as well as your team’s.
- The steps that you should take to improve your EQ.
- The four quadrants of emotional intelligence.
- Strategies to improve your emotional intelligence.
- The differences between empathy versus sympathy.
- Why communication and delivery are essential to business leaders when talking to their team.
- How to create trust and develop your team through EQ.
- How Michael’s book relates to emotional intelligence.
- EQ 2.0 Book
- Primal Leadership Book
- EQ Matrix
- Developing EQ Across Life Domains
- The Value of Coaching
- Data around the value of EQ
Connect with Michael Diettrich-Chastain:
- Arc Integrated
- CHANGES – The Busy Professionals Guide to Reducing Stress, Accomplishing Goals and Mastering Adaptability
- Michael Diettrich-Chastain on Instagram
- Michael Diettrich-Chastain on Twitter
- Michael Diettrich-Chastain on LinkedIn
- Michael Diettrich-Chastain on Facebook
Michael is currently giving away a free preview chapter from the book as well as an accompanying workbook, so you can apply what you learn! Download those giveaways here – The Changes Book.
If you’d like the entire book (FOR FREE) and even more free giveaways in the coming months, as well as an opportunity to get your questions answered and be involved with the book launch, you should – Join The Changes Book Launch Team.
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Michael Diettrich-Chastain Founder and CEO, Arc Integrated
Michael Diettrich-Chastain is the Founder and CEO of Arc Integrated, a company that offers professional coaching and organizational consulting services. Michael is an expert and consultant in behavioral change and emotional intelligence. He works with business leaders and teams to develop and improve communication, staff retention, productivity, and sales. He is the author of CHANGES – The Busy Professionals Guide to Reducing Stress, Accomplishing Goals and Mastering Adaptability and is a regular contributing writer for publications like Time, Money, Livestrong, and The Washington Post. He has a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Appalachian State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
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