Sep 21, 2020
Are you often snapping at your kids – then feel guilty about it afterwards?
Maybe they never listen to you.
Or are continuously having meltdowns.
Or maybe you’re the one having the meltdown at times?!
In today’s episode of Marketing and Me, I’m chatting with Stephanie Pinto, co-founder of EQ Culture and the Let’s Raise Emotionally Intelligent Kids Community on Facebook, about the importance of Emotional Intelligence.
We also cover some strategies for improving the reactions and behaviours within your family.
Because then you can start living in a happier and calmer home environment.
We also cover how Emotional Intelligence can be used in the workplace when you’re leading a team.
Because, after all, being a leader and being a parent isn’t so different!
If you’re ready to become a better parent, then put on your listening ears and tune into this episode!
• What is Emotional Intelligence or EQ – and why is it important?
• How do you know if you’ve got a good level of EQ – or if it needs improvement? Is there a test we can do?
• Looking at work relationships – how can it be used effectively in the workplace?
• In personal relationships, like family and friends, what type of strategies can we use there?
ABOUT STEPH PINTO
Stephanie Pinto is an Emotional Intelligence coach who specialises in helping parents create an Emotionally Intelligent family culture.
She supports parents in learning how to manage their emotions, frustrations and stress so that they are happier, calmer, and connect more deeply with their kids.
Steph also helps parents raise emotionally intelligent kids, who are self-aware and manage their emotions and behaviour. She is also passionate about building kids’ confidence and resilience.
Steph coaches parents individually, runs regular workshops, and group coaching programs. She runs a monthly Meetup for parents, hosts a YouTube channel and also writes regular blogs, all based around Emotionally Intelligent parenting.
Steph’s rapidly growing Facebook group is called Let’s Raise Emotionally Intelligent Kids, where she shares insight, strategies and tips on how to cultivate an Emotionally Intelligent family culture.
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