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First Person Plural: EI & Beyond

Author: Key Step Media, Daniel Goleman, Hanuman Goleman

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First Person Plural: Emotional Intelligence & Beyond, brought to you by Key Step Media, is a podcast about us, the systems we’re a part of, and how we create an emotionally intelligent future. Co-hosted by New York Times best-selling author, Daniel Goleman & his son, Hanuman Goleman, this show will go beyond the theory of emotional intelligence, presenting an array of stories that illuminate how emotional intelligence is being put into action. Inspiring you to lead with more mindfulness and resilience, the show will bring you a new awareness of the systems we work, live, and create in.
10 Episodes
Constructive Anger

Constructive Anger


Can anger be a constructive emotion? According to Daniel Goelman, “YES” —especially when it comes to creating change for the better. Today’s guests, Lama Rod Owens (Author and Activist), Shayna Renee Hammond and Lauryn Henley (Racial Justice Coaches and Advocates), and Asli Ali (Student and Poet), each share how anger fuels them to take action on issues that matter. Support the show (
In Today’s episode, Daniel Goleman speaks with Executive Coach Sanjay Rao Chaganti who shares a story about his client, Laila, a woman with a vibrant career which took her to all corners of the globe.  When Laila returns home, she realizes  that she no longer fit into the world she left behind.In this episode, Liz and Hanuman also discuss the many ways they have had to adapt during the global pandemic.  For guest bios, transcripts, and resources mentioned in today’s episode, check out our episode notes on our website. Support the show (
Today we examine what it will take for us to tackle the urgent environmental crisis. We begin with a look at where we're directing our resources, not just our financial resources, but also our time, energy and attention. Sharing their insights with us today are supply chain expert Scott Kling, regenerative farmer Jake Takiff and indigenous ecophysiologist, Danielle Ignace. Listen Here. Support the show (
What happens when your team is failing and it turns out...the problem is your own leadership style? In Today’s episode, Daniel Goleman speaks with Executive Coach Matthew Taylor. Matt shares a case study on Luke, a school principal who discovers that self-awareness is the first step towards improving employee morale, retention and overall effectiveness. For guest bios, transcripts, and resources mentioned in today’s episode, check out our episode notes here. Support the show (
Initially, we set out to talk about Social Emotional Learning (SEL) at a time when millions of kids have been home, attending school online and missing out on valuable time with their peers. But we quickly realized COVID is far from the only thing kids and educators are grappling with—racial inequity, trauma, isolation, social unrest, and overworked parents are a significant part of the equation.In this episode we talk with Adjunct Professor at Columbia University, Linda Lantieri, Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) specialist, Amber Pleasant and early career High School teacher, Ben Chase— three people actively involved with implementing and evaluating SEL in the classroom.For full episode bios, transcripts and links to resources referenced in today's episode visit our episode notes on our website here. Support the show (
In many ways, being driven to achieve our goals is a good thing. But what happens when being a high-achiever causes us to lose sight of our larger objectives like being kind or leading a team? In this episode, the author of “How to Be Happy at Work: The Power of Purpose, Hope, and Friendship,” Annie Mckee, PhD joins Dan for a conversation around the ups and downs of achievement orientation. Support the show (
Co-hosts Daniel Goleman and Hanuman Goleman reflect on the role of purpose in our overall wellbeing, looking at how purpose is fostered within an organization, and the many ways (big and small) it shows up in our lives. Today’s episode features a wide-range of guest appearances including Psychologist Richard Davidson, Former Ernst & Young Partner and Executive Coach Dot Proux, Oncologist Petra Rietschel, and Executive Coach Kully Jaswal. Each guest provides a distinct perspective on the role of purpose and how we can foster more meaning for a greater sense of wellbeing. For a full transcript and guest bios, check out our episode notes. Support the show (
Dan reviews the basics of emotional intelligence by sharing his model, which breaks down EI into four domains and twelve competencies. Check out the episode notes for a visual of his thinking – a graphic we affectionately call, "the bubble map," which outlines each competency and the domain it falls under. If you're interested in delving deeper into emotional intelligence and EI research, including the neuroscience behind it, you may enjoy the crucial competence video series.We’d love to hear from our listeners! Please share your questions, feedback, insights, and stories with us via our Speakpipe voicemail app for a chance to be included in a future episode. Support the show (
In this introductory episode, Daniel Goleman and his co-host (and son), Hanuman Goleman, begin to explore Emotional Intelligence in all of its depth and complexity, including how this work has evolved in relationship to mindfulness, neuroscience, and the growing need for social change. Learn a bit more about who we are, what you can expect from our first season, and how we plan to look at the theory of emotional intelligence when it's applied to our lives and the systems we are a part of. For transcripts and resources mentioned in today’s episode, check out our episode notes. We’d love to hear from our listeners! Please share your questions, feedback, insights, and stories with us via our Speakpipe voicemail app for a chance to be included in a future episode. Support the show (
Empathy. Positive mindset. An awareness of how our actions influence others. These are some of the traits that make us good partners, leaders, and community members. They are also key components of what is known as emotional intelligence (EI)—a term popularized by Dr. Daniel Goleman in the mid-’90s to describe our capacity for self and social awareness.On the cusp of the 25th anniversary of his New York Times best-selling book, Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ, Daniel Goleman is partnering with his son Hanuman Goleman and Key Step Media to bring you a podcast that will tackle some of the most critical issues influencing the future of humanity. Support the show (
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