Falls School of Business management professor Dr. Rebecca Haskett presented on the growing field of emotional intelligence (EQ) at the 2010 Christian Business Faculty Association’s Annual Conference, held at Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida, on October 21-23.
The Anderson University Residential MBA (RMBA) program has experienced record enrollment for two years in a row. Currently in its fourth year, the program is growing in popularity and has reached capacity at 20 students. According to Dr. Frank Pianki, Director of Academics for the RMBA, “We had more good students apply than we had room for.”
On a regular basis, I’ll arrive at work and find some variant of one of my favorite messages on voicemail. With very little deviation, it goes like this, “This is (insert name here) and I have a company called (insert name here). We need some help with marketing. Call me at (insert number here).”
I am an idea person. I am never at a shortage for thoughts on what should be done, what the world needs, and what new products will take the world by storm. On creativity profiles, I am known as an “idea generator.” That sounds like a good thing, but by itself it isn’t. The problem is that every idea I come up with sounds to me like the next big thing. The truth of the matter is that only about one third of the ideas are truly good and I lack the ability to tell which category any individual idea falls within.