Do people fear you and are cautious around you; or are you held in awe and respect?
Are you haughty in your walk; contemptuous, rather than humble and respectful?
Have you been unrestrained in your reactions to events; or reflective, managing your emotions?
Are you fearful of your authority; or a great teacher helping others design the life they love?
Are you challenged to be more like your heros; or not thought about how you impact others?
As an executive educator and coach I help people understand how appraisal of our beliefs, values, expectations and the environments we operate in can trigger negative behaviours and disconnected relationships.
In this program I lead you on the journey to self-improvement through behavioural change; improving performance for leaders, coaches and the individual.
Emotional constipation (stress) has debilitating effects on our health and relationships. Stress depletes our immune system; negatively effects our Autonomic Nervous System – gut, bowel, reproductive system and inability to recover from stress; lowers serotonin; and leads to lowered self-esteem.
We’ve all had situations where our emotions got the better of us. Often it’s because we’ve conditioned ourselves to respond to events in a certain way and are unaware of the impact our annoying behaviour has on others.
Often we don’t realize what is happening until our “emotional trigger” sets us off. We’ve also resisted change because we think, “I am what I am and you can’t change that”. Wrong! Change is a process we can choose to participate in or stay as we are. If you choose not to change, how’s that working out for you?
Travis Bradberry, co-author of Emotional Intelligence 2.0, conducted a study where his team tested the EQ (aka EI) of over 42,000 people and compared their scores to their annual incomes. In his report, Bradberry states, “The road to higher income is paved with the quality of your relationships. People earn more money as they become more emotionally intelligent.” Bradberry found that people with high levels of emotional intelligence earn an average of $29,000 more annually than those with less emotional intelligence. Research just gave you 29,000 good reasons to improve yours.
The best time to handle a negative emotion is when you first begin to feel and experience it fully, identifying the situation that has occurred. That way you can deal with it and it won’t keep popping up time and time again. Dealing with your emotions and the emotions of others is what emotional intelligence is all about and is what coaching can help you change.
I believe in and understand how vital sound relationships are to your future life goals. Coaching helps us build sound relationships through managing the parts and pieces of our life — emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual — in designing the lives we love.
Delivering executive coaching for over 20 years, my passion has been guiding leaders – no matter how successful you already are – to BREAKTHROUGH and OVERCOME annoying limiting beliefs and behaviors to get the most from your leadership, relationship, family, and life goals.
Within a culture of being professional, open-minded, knowledgeable, resourceful, non-judgmental, and experienced I help you develop and apply your emotional intelligence abilities to better manage your emotions at work and at home, change annoying behaviours, and inspire you to take your life and career to the next level.
The impact on others of your new skills is them feeling more worthy, valued, validated, supported and motivated, resulting in greater loyalty and happiness at work and a healthier less stressed lifestyle for all. Better collaboration at work leads to better ideas, better morale, and a more successful profitable company with increasing seniority and higher paying opportunities for you.
I help put you in charge of your life so that upsetting events can be resolved.
When you heal emotionally, your body doesn’t always feel those strong emotions.
Over the last 40 years I have coached CEOs, C-suite executives, senior managers, professional consultants and coaches. I have seen the changes of what works and what doesn’t.
I have learnt the best way to fix bad behaviour and poor communication to reconnect with your higher-ups, peers, direct reports and personal partners in meaningful relationships. Call me now on +61-412-069-460.
I do this because I love helping people and want to be your trusted advisor, here to serve you.
Life is good.
Mike Gosling Ph.D.