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Unlocking the benefits of emotional intelligence

AVMA News

Veterinary professionals attuned to their emotions are better equipped to handle stressful situations and relate to clients and colleagues. Two sessions at the AVMA Veterinary Leadership Conference focused on the benefits of emotional intelligence.

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Compassion as a catalyst for change

AVMA News

His presentation, “The Science of Inspiring Learning and Change,” focused on how leaders’ levels of emotional intelligence can allow them to create and nurture significant resonant relationships and help their teams be open to new ideas, be more effective, motivate others and innovate.

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Survey on Human Perception of Cat Emotion

Reddit Animals

Participants will view images of cats in different settings and respond to questions related to the cat’s perceived status, the cat’s emotional state and their own emotional response to viewing each image.

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I’m an emotional wreck when it comes to animals

Reddit Animals

I can’t read a story about a pet or watch a video without going down the emotional sinkhole. Are any of guys in a similar boat where the pet videos make you emotional beyond the point of repentance? And every time I end up crying. I would love to start rescue volunteering but I haven’t figured how to. How have you overcome this?

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Do you think that emotional intelligence courses combined with animal therapy is a good business idea? How to attract sponsors?

Reddit Animals

Thave a friend who is working for a NGO that wants to combine emotional intelligence courses/ therapy with animals. It is intended for b2b, so these courses are for employees. Do you think it is a good idea? She doesn't know how to attract sponsors. submitted by /u/Foiswahwahwah [link] [comments]

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Emotion vs. Reason

Critter News

There's always a dilemma in debating any issue as to whether one should rely on emotion or reason to advance one's argument. Many people say that PETA relies too heavily on emotion to argue its position. Others say that emotion is the only way to move humans to care about anything other than themselves. I'm really torn.

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A Wild Bunny Appears!

Reddit Animals

submitted by /u/Mobile-Emotion-6295 [link] [comments] Was on a nature walk and had to stop for a break and get some water. While standing there a cute bunny hopped out and greeted my partner and I!