Emotional Intelligence

Looking for ways to help your team develop their EQ?

Emotional IntelligenceDeveloping mature emotional intelligence (EQ) skills is required to better understand, negotiate and empathize with people in any organization. Dr. Rick Roepke can assist you and your team in understanding how to improve EQ skills and awareness.

“Your EQ is the level of your ability to understand other people, what motivates them and how to work cooperatively with them.” --Howard Gardner, Harvard Theorist

The Five Categories of Emotional Intelligence
  1. Self Awareness
  2. Self Regulation
  3. Motivation
  4. Empathy
  5. Social Skills

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"What impresses me the most about Rick is his depth of knowledge in all different aspects of leadership, counseling, and human behavior. His fresh perspective, warm sense of humor, and caring attitude has made a significant impact on my leadership growth and ability to build teams. I have had excellent results in growing my company thanks to Rick’s expertise."

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"I have been seeing Dr. Rick Roepke and it has simply been amazing. He is friendly, encouraging, professional, and most of all very effective. He has helped me place the issues in my life into a perspective that has allowed me to address them and cope with them in ways I wouldn't have thought possible."

Rick's Blog

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    The Illusion of Control “He that would govern others should first be the master of himself.” — Philip Massinger Have you Read More
  • 30-60-10 Rule of Thinking +

    How We Limit Ourselves I would like to introduce to you a rule of thumb on your thinking habits--the 30-60-10 Read More
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