Emotional intelligence in the Ozarks. A new and unique continuing legal education (CLE) program about emotional intelligence, the law, and professionalism will occur in March of 2015 in Springfield, Missouri. This CLE, Emotional Intelligence, the Law, and Professionalism: A Practical Introduction, will address three important questions about lawyers, emotional […]
A new and unique continuing legal education (CLE) program about emotional intelligence, the law, and professionalism will occur soon information here. I hope that you will want to attend and share our experience.
This CLE by Dan DeFoe JD MS – […]
Good stress? Yes, “good” stress, also known as “eustress”, does exist. But, for a long time the news, entertainment media, and other sources have provided us a steady diet of messages that stress can injure, disable, and even kill its victims. A focus on the destructiveness of stress, e.g. […]
We believe that “thinking” in connection with speaking serves as one of the most important pillars of our profession, don’t we? We use words in our work. We write them. We speak them. Hopefully, our well-thought words persuade decision-makers, inform stakeholders, and even assure, comfort, support, and show our […]
Psychological science researchers recently investigated whether taking notes on a laptop versus writing notes in longhand affects academic performance. Their results show that laptop use can negatively affect performance. Their article warns that “. . . laptop use in classrooms should be viewed with a healthy dose of caution; […]
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