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How 'What's My Communication Style' Fixed a Broken Team

Posted by on 11/21/2017 to Communication
How 'What's My Communication Style' Fixed a Broken Team
The human resources manager of a large company contacted me when her department experienced an influx of complaints coming from the firm's administrative team. The HR manager suspected that the complaints, which were mostly interpersonal in nature, were the result of recent organizational changes.

How to Measure Emotional Intelligence

Posted by on 11/16/2017 to Emotional Intelligence
How to Measure Emotional Intelligence
The Emotional Intelligence Skills Assessment is a way of measuring one of the key indicators of success. HRDQ asked co-author Dr. Derek Mann about his experiences in developing this breakthrough evaluation tool.

Training in a Tough Economy

Posted by on 9/19/2017 to People Skills Training
Training in a Tough Economy
Economic instability continues to make headlines. As organizations brace to weather stormy market conditions, all business functions are affected – and training is no exception.

Online Assessments: Are you ready?

Posted by on 9/14/2017 to People Skills Training
Online Assessments: Are you ready?
The HRDQ Assessment Center offers a host of proven and reliable assessments that measure skills and behaviors on core topics such as communication, personality style, coaching, influencing, and managing change. Combined with the ease-of-use and advanced functionality of a web-based delivery system, HRDQ’s assessments provide valuable feedback that serve as a catalyst for improving personal and interpersonal productivity.

The Business of Investing in Values

Posted by on 9/6/2017 to People Skills Training
The Business of Investing in Values
Many people  think of organizational values as some sort of lip-service proclamation that emerged from the latest executive management retreat. Or perhaps they think spending time talking about values is an unproductive use of time. But what many people assume are “values” really aren’t.