Mr. Harvey Deutschendorf

Harvey Deutschendorf

Harvey is an emotional intelligence expert, speaker and internationally published author of The Other Kind of Smart, Simple Ways to Boost Your Emotional Intelligence for Greater Personal Effectiveness and Success, published by AMACOM. http://www.theotherkindofsmart.com He is a regular writer for FAST COMPANY and contributes a regular monthly column for HRPROFESSIONALS MAGAZINE. Harvey was recognized as one of the TOP THOUGHT LEADERS IN TRUST in 2015 by TRUST ACROSS AMERICA. His mission in life is to help as many people as possible overcome barriers that keep them from reaching their full potential. A lifelong learner, he is committed to growing and expanding his world and the world of those around him. Harvey lives in Edmonton, Alberta CANADA and loves dogs, the outdoors, the mountains, hiking, canoeing, jazz and blues music.

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Articles Harvey has Published
7 Habits of People with Highly Positive Attitudes
7 Habits of People with Highly Positive Attitudes

"If you think you can do a thing or think you can't do a thing, you're right." – Henry Ford Listen to any motivational speaker and they will emphasize the importance of having a positive attitude. The »

"If you think you can do a thing or think you can't do a thing, you're right." – Henry Ford Listen to any motivational speaker and they will emphasize the importance of having a positive attitude. The same goes for any successful person who has shared publicly the attributes that have led to their success. While some may believe that a positive attitude is something we either have or not we are always..

Mr. Harvey Deutschendorf · June 17th, 2017

Mr. Harvey Deutschendorf · June 17th, 2017

7 Signs of an Awesome Employee
7 Signs of an Awesome Employee

"When people are financially invested, they want a return. When people are emotionally invested, they want to contribute." ~ Simon Sinek ~ Most employers, when asked what they look for in a potential new »

"When people are financially invested, they want a return. When people are emotionally invested, they want to contribute." ~ Simon Sinek ~ Most employers, when asked what they look for in a potential new hire, will bring up attitude. Many will rate attitude as important, if not more so than ability, work skills and technical knowledge. While the actual skills needed to perform a job can usually be..

Mr. Harvey Deutschendorf · June 17th, 2017

Mr. Harvey Deutschendorf · June 17th, 2017

THE ART OF ARGUING WELL
THE ART OF ARGUING WELL

The word argument brings up all kinds of negative connotations. The best result is often a deadlock where both parties come to loggerheads and neither party is listening to the other. As a result, both »

The word argument brings up all kinds of negative connotations. The best result is often a deadlock where both parties come to loggerheads and neither party is listening to the other. As a result, both become further entrenched in the belief that they are right. At worst, arguments can result in hurt feelings, loss of respect for the other person or loss of a close relationship. It is little wonder..

Mr. Harvey Deutschendorf · June 17th, 2017

Mr. Harvey Deutschendorf · June 17th, 2017

5 Ways to Stay Calm and Carry On
5 Ways to Stay Calm and Carry On

"Rule number one is don't sweat the small stuff." Rule number two is, it's all small stuff." Dr. Robert S. Eliot, Cardiologist While we think of stress in negative terms, not all stress is bad for us. »

"Rule number one is don't sweat the small stuff." Rule number two is, it's all small stuff." Dr. Robert S. Eliot, Cardiologist While we think of stress in negative terms, not all stress is bad for us. Recent research by U.C. post-doctoral fellow Elizabeth Kirby's research has shown that short term periods of acute stress are actually good for us. A recent study showing that short term episodes of stress..

Mr. Harvey Deutschendorf · June 15th, 2017

Mr. Harvey Deutschendorf · June 15th, 2017