What True Leaders Know About Emotional Intelligence

By Dr. Gleb Tsipursky | December 11, 2017 |

  True leaders at any level of the totem pole show their leadership primarily through emotional intelligence, knowing and managing their own emotions. After all, the only things we can control in life are our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and if we can manage those, we can lead our organizations from anywhere in the hierarchy.…

The Science of Effective Fundraising: Four Common Mistakes to Avoid

By Dr. Gleb Tsipursky | November 15, 2017 |

  Charities that use their funds effectively to make a social impact frequently struggle to fundraise effectively. Indeed, while these charities receive plaudits from those committed to measuring and comparing the impact of donations across sectors, many effective charities have not successfully fundraised large sums outside of donors focused highly on impact.   In many…

7 Tools to Build Your Willpower

By Dr. Gleb Tsipursky | May 11, 2017 |

  Struggling to get work done instead of slacking off? Tempted by that second doughnut? Struggling to resist checking your phone? Shopping impulsively on Amazon? What you need is more willpower!   Recent research shows that strengthening willpower is the real secret to the kind of self-control that can help you resist temptations and achieve…

Use Emotional Intelligence To Address Speech Anxiety (Part Two)

By Dr. Gleb Tsipursky | December 8, 2016 |

  In Part One of Use Emotional Intelligence to Address Speech Anxiety, we outlined how to address fears of public speaking through internal emotional management. In this part, we will focus on external emotional management strategies, namely how to use your body and practice for the big day.   Use Your Body   Regardless of…

Use Emotional Intelligence To Address Speech Anxiety

By Dr. Gleb Tsipursky | December 3, 2016 |

What do you feel when you imagine standing up in front of an audience? Visualize the bright lights in your face, see all those people looking at you and expecting you to deliver a top-notch performance. Do butterflies start fluttering about in your stomach? Do your palms start to sweat? Does your head get light?…

Protect Your Relationships By Communicating Effectively

By Dr. Gleb Tsipursky | November 20, 2016 |

  In my early twenties, I said goodbye to my family in New York City and moved to Boston for graduate school. While I’d been living in my parents‘ house, I talked to my mother, father, and teenage brother all the time, and felt really good about doing so. After I moved out, I wanted…

Don’t Let Others Control Your Life!

By Dr. Gleb Tsipursky | November 19, 2016 |

  Back when I was in high school and through the first couple of years in college, I had a clear career goal.   I planned to become a medical doctor.   Why? Looking back at it, my career goal was a result of the encouragement and expectations from my family and friends.   My…

The Keys to Avoid “Failing at Other Minds”

By Dr. Gleb Tsipursky | October 20, 2016 |
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Imagine you’re really excited about a new idea for a collaborative project. You send an e-mail about it to a friend who you just know is going to be as excited as you. You’re waiting on pins and needles for a response, checking your inbox every hour. A couple of hours pass, then a couple…

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