The Spoken Word
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. What about a video? Here are some thoughts on EQ at work and at home. Click to watch.
The Written Word
This is a collection of all my articles. Click on each image to read more.
EQ at Work
Imperfectly perfect - dealing with perfectionism
What would change if you gave yourself permission to be imperfect? A frequent topic of discussion in coaching. An (unexpected) defining moment in my coffee table story, that helped me overcome my own perfectionism. It feels so empowering to stop moving the bar higher, and higher and higher to reach the unachievable. And tomorrow, Thursday, look out for an article about dealing with the unknown and the fear of not being good enough. #vulnerability #imperfection #goodenough #hospitality #humansofhospitality #hospitalityindustry #hoteliers #emotionalintelligence #emotionalwellbeing #emotionalresilience
The difference between losing your job and losing your worth
There is a big difference between losing your job and losing your worth. My experience of loss, while moving internationally. Not the same as being laid-off. Yet a reflection that might be relevant for you if you find yourself blending the lines of job loss and worth loss. Wishing this can help to separate the two.
S1E2 Perspectives Teaser | Emotional Intelligence and the Hospitality Industry
PERSPECTIVES by PRESHIFT: Perspectives is a talk series where Drea, founder of Preshift, asks questions with a regenerative lens to hear various perspectives within a hospitality context. You may not resonate with the entire conversation but the idea is to use this talk series as a base to explore the conversation further. If you want to share your thoughts on this topic with other like-minded people, join us at www.wearepreshift.com. About STEFANIA: Stefania is an Executive Coach and a Certified EQ Assessor and Facilitator. Her company, Your Turn Solutions is a Preferred Partner of Six Seconds in North America. She is experienced and passionate about hospitality, travel, and cross-cultural leadership. She supports the hospitality industry to create memorable moments for guests by engaging their frontline teams and leaders effectively. She believes this drives loyalty, reputation, retention, and revenue.