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    Peter Doolitle Ted Talk

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    In his TED talk, Peter Doolittle aims to inform the audience on the topic of working memory. As a speaker, Doolittle caters his speech to his audience which is illustrated by the organization of the speech and by the relation of the topic to the audience. For instance, Doolittle humorously opens his speech with an anecdote to introduce the topic of working memory. The choice to make the humorous remark regarding a person’s walking speed, “well that wasn’t fast enough for me,” immediately allows…

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    I believe that purpose for Gladwell to write “The Trouble with Geniuses” is to have readers alter their perceptions of people based only on their IQ alone and look further as well as to share his understanding of his definition of success based on his research. Gladwell reaches out to audiences of all types in Outliers. This book is excellent information for anyone who wants to learn more about success. Gladwell talks directly to the reader using “I” and “you” which invites all bookworms to…

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    Personality has always been a confusing phenomenon due to its empirical lacking nature. Psychologist understand how to manipulate personality but never what truly defines it. The reason could simply be because individuals are never one person. Humans are known for being adaptable ; meaning change is a natural part of life. It would in fact be a downfall to stay or act exactly the same constantly. One common example showcasing this is that a student would get in a lot of trouble if they spoke the…

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    The topic of emotional labour was largely unexplored when Arlie R. Hochschild introduced the term in The Managed Heart, published in 1983. Her book is probably the most quoted work with regards to service work and emotional labour. Since then her work has been used widely in fields from psychology, organizational behaviour, law, nursing, business and public administration to the social sciences in general and sociology in particular. This introduction is to briefly review Hochschild’s ideas.…

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    Peter Salovey and John Mayer regard emotional intelligence as “the ability to perceive, understand, manage, and use emotions” (Myers 436). Those who are emotionally intelligent are self-aware and are able to control their emotions. To give further insight into emotional intelligence, Mayer, Salovey, and David Caruso designed tests that yielded important results. They found out that people who scored higher on emotional intelligence tests were overall much happier those who did…

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    Novels create a second life. When we read novels, we often feel transported to another world. This “world” is basically a figment of our imagination that we believe to a re-enactment of the novel. Like the erotic novel, Fifty Shades of Grey, most of us can agree that it has, in some way, put a scenario in our minds of what we believe the book to be about. I had a strong connection to the fictional character, Anastasia Steele. Despite our difference in gender, we shared personal traits. The novel…

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    to train our lawyers (and ourselves) for the acquisition of knowledge, skills and even behaviours. How our EQ benefits our clients Having a workplace that is supportive and balanced is only part of the equation. We have to be able to carry our emotional intelligence to our clients. Let us first take a look at what a high EQ means when dealing with clients. Clients who feel they are understood are more likely to trust their lawyer’s advice. The more they trust their lawyer, the more clients…

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    trying to mess up the order of things. Nurse Ratched believes that everything done in the ward is for therapeutic value; she shows no emotions and is often feared. Both McMurphy and Nurse Ratched have and lack certain emotional intelligence…

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    Workplace Diversity Paper

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    (Griffin & Moorehead, 2014). Emotional Intelligence Daniel Goleman’s claims that emotional intelligence matters more that IQ to be successful in the workforce. “Emotional intelligence or EQ, is the extent to which people are self –aware, can manage their emotions, can motivate themselves, express empathy for others and possess social skills.” (Griffin & Moorehead, 2014, p. 68). According to Deleon (2015) and Merkey (2010) discuss the five main component of emotional intelligent are…

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    True Potential And How You Can Achieve Yours, published by Greenleaf Book Press, Austin, TX, ISBN: 978-1-60832-278-7 Deloitte, (2014). Global Human Capital Trends. Available from www.deloitte.co.uk Goleman, D., Boyatzis, R., & McKee, A. (2002). The emotional reality of teams. Journal of Organizational Excellence, 21(2), 55-65 Nozick, R. (1989). The examined life. New York: Simon and…

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