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Gallup Well Being Index
The Gallup Well Being Index is said to be the Dow Jones of personal health and well-being. The index allows you to measure and monitor the most important aspects of your life over time and quantify your overall health in relation to others.
After asking hundreds of questions about what differentiates a good life from a miserable one, Gallup was able to hone in on a series of questions that were strong and reliable predictors of key life outcomes. Therefore, the higher a woman rated these items, the better her chances of being engaged at work, having good health, and enjoying life in general.
Why Do We Use the Gallup Well-Being Tool for Emotional Intelligence?
We use this instrument in the ThriveOn retreat for two purposes. One, it is a gateway into a conversation in how balanced you are in your emotional, financial, social and physical health. We use it as a dashboard to how well we are balanced in our lives. It is like looking “under the hood” of where we are stuck or struggling.
Secondly, Emotional intelligence is often correlated in research studies to many of the factors presented in the Gallup Well-Being research. Through developing self-awareness, we move out of denial in areas you may not want to talk about. This is my favorite aspect of EQ development.
The more self awareness skills that are built in experiencing this work — the harder it is to hide from the aspects of your life needing attention and keeping you stuck in “survive” mode.
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Dr. Tracey Adams has been teaching emotional intelligence within corporations and academia for over thirteen years. The evolution of her own personal work has sharpened her purpose of guiding other powerful women on the journey of self-discovery, personal power, and well being.
Partnering with the Well-Being experts at Gallup – this curriculum is transformational both in content and design. Her doctorate research (also in partnership with Gallup) explored the correlations of emotional intelligence and leader effectiveness. Tracey can be found in Portland, Oregon where she is raising two amazing teenagers, and facilitates emotional intelligence retreats for women and corporate teams.Contact Tracey Read More
Ten Tips to Getting Your Voice in the Room Using Emotional Intelligence
Speaking in a professional setting can be challenging. If you are verbally commanding you might appear overly aggressive, if you show up quiet and thoughtfully, you are perceived as not adding value to the conversation. This quick guide will teach you how to get your voice in the room.
KNOWwhat you think
OWNwhat you feel
CLAIMwhat you want
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