How Good Leadership creates positive Learning
Learning is a different experience for each person, and it is the thing that we continuously do as part of our lifelong education. We each learn at various paces, thus setting up the right environment is critical and key for effective learning. It is why good leadership in the school is
Five Traits of Successful School Leaders
Great leadership is required, not just in a typical corporate workplace, but in education as well. Schools need effective leaders, as it is critical for the nurturing and improvement of academic and business communities. Lack of good leadership in schools not only affects the educators, but ultimately the students’ learning and
5 Effective Leadership Styles in Education
Leadership in schools, like in any organisation, is critical in order to create the ideal and desired culture. The type of leadership being demonstrated is important to encourage and motivate the students to develop into better individuals. Getting education does not just mean learning the “technical” side of things, but more
5 Mental Health Tips for Teachers during Covid-19
“Teaching is one of the noblest professions” — and this rings true more than ever, especially at this time of the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether teachers are doing their lessons virtually or face-to-face in some areas, these have proved challenging and overwhelming for most of them. While it has been already challenging
How to Motivate Gen Z with Emotional Intelligence
Generation Z, or commonly called Gen Z or “zoomers”, is the demographic generation born between 1997 and 2012. This is the generation group born in the Internet age, where most part of life has revolved around digitalisation and technology. Gen Zs are described to be more educated, generally with good dispositions
Emotional Well-being — Solution to Burnout and Turnover
Emotional well-being is described as the overall good state of one’s feelings and outlook. Similar to one’s physical well-being, emotional well-being is affected by various factors, such as one’s present situation, economic standing, personal relationships, and the like. Emotions can intersect with mental health issues such as anxiety, stress, and depression,
What does personality development coaching teach you?
Some people can display or manifest a personality that can manage its emotions, harmoniously interact with others, and be sensitive at how others may feel or react. For others, it can be a challenge to demonstrate a good and reasonable level of emotional intelligence, also known as EQ or EI. Humans
Cultural diversity vs multiculturalism
Cultural diversity in an organisation, such as in a school or workplace, represents the various elements of our make up as humans and as individuals. Diversity represents the elements of social identity, such as race, ethnicity, gender, socio-economic class, religious beliefs, languages or dialects, and country of origin. These social identities
Who benefits from cultural diversity?
As human beings, the need for a sense of belonging, is a natural feeling. Abraham Maslow, an American psychologist, came up with the famous Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. It theorises that it is critical to fulfil human needs from the basic, physiological ones, going up to the next levels, and culminating
How should Teachers Assess EI in Schools?
People with Emotional Intelligence possess the ability of self-awareness and being able to manage emotions. EI was made popular in the 1990s by journalist Daniel Goleman. Goleman wrote a book entitled “Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ”. Emotional intelligence, EI or EQ, is having self-control, feeling empathy towards
How to Change a Toxic Workplace Culture
Most people working in the corporate arena want a workplace that is harmonious, cordial, and amicable. Nobody wants a toxic workplace. A toxic and hostile workplace culture results in decreased productivity, low employee morale, and a generally an uphappy team. If your workplace has such a bleak atmosphere, it is not
Should Emotional Intelligence Be Capitalised?
Emotional intelligence was popularized in 1995 by Daniel Goleman in his book with the same title. EI or EQ refers to a person’s behaviours or soft skills, the ability for real self-awareness, empathy, self-control, managing self and emotions, and disciplining self. It’s the flair and aptness of being able to align