How often do you find that voice inside your head keeps you from going after what you really want? If you recognize it, that's a start, but then what if you don't even realize that your saboteur is holding you back.
Join me for an interview with New York Times bestselling author, Stanford lecturer, and leading executive coach Shirzad Chamine, author of "Positive Intelligence: Why Only 20 percent of teams and individuals achieve their true potential and how you can achieve yours."
Learn why building your PQ (positive intelligence quotient) is more important for your success than your IQ or your EQ (emotional quotient).
As we are about to celebrate Thanksgiving in the US, this seems like a great time to reflect on what we are grateful for and what we can do to acknowledge our awesomeness, champion ourselves and others, and take it to the next level.
Don't miss this incredible interview with a master of positivity, Shirzad Chamine.
Shirzad is the author of the New York Times bestselling Positive Intelligence. He has been the CEO of the largest coach training organization in the world, having trained faculty at Stanford and Yale business schools.
Shirzad lectures on Positive Intelligence at Stanford University, where he guides graduate students through his popular six-week PQ training. A preeminent C-suite advisor, Shirzad has coached hundreds of CEOs and their executive teams. His background includes PhD studies in neuroscience in addition to a BA in psychology, an MS in electrical engineering, and an MBA from Stanford.