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Why we need spiritual intelligence (SQ) at work with Amy Lynn Durham

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Why we need spiritual intelligence (SQ) at work with Amy Lynn Durham

In this episode of People at Work, Amy Lynn Durham joins us to talk about spiritual intelligence and the role it can play in your workplace.

There are a few Qs you may be familiar with: IQ and EQ are the obvious ones. Recently I was introduced to a new, and possibly more powerful Q, Spiritual Intelligence or SQ.

SQ has nothing to do with faith or religion. It’s a way to describe that place within each of us where compassion, wisdom, and love reside. Once we’re able to tap into this place, we can achieve a state of equanimity to manage our emotions and respond calmly to others.

Amy Lynn Durham believes we need SQ at work. More human-centric workplaces are created by leaders working on their SQ first, and then creating environments where people are seen, heard, and wanted.

In this episode of People at Work, Amy Lynn shares her own journey to nurture deeper SQ, and how she’s made it her life’s work to help others do the same. She also talks about ways to build SQ, and what it looks like at work when SQ thrives.

This conversation really piqued my interest as a growing human and leader, and I hope it’ll do the same and more for you.

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“With spiritual intelligence (SQ), leaders help employees feel seen, heard, and wanted.”

Amy Lynn Durham

CEO, Create Magic At Work
 

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Amy Lynn Durham is a certified Spiritual Intelligence coach and an Emotional Intelligence Practitioner. She has spent years in the corporate world successfully managing hundreds of employees for private and publicly traded companies. Amy designed Create Magic At Work to bring a variety of services and strategies to aid in cultivating teamwork and harmony in order to improve profits and employee morale through coaching and workshops.

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