December 20, 2017 BY: Lindsey Bingaman

Goodbye MBTI – Hello DISC

    At the heart of all we do at Teleos is self-awareness. Without self-awareness, it is difficult to self-manage, […]

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January 25, 2017 BY: Eric Vandersluis

Relational Learning in a Volatile and Hyper-Fast World

It’s no small statement that the impact of globalization and technology on the way we work, learn and live is […]

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December 01, 2011 BY: Suzanne Rotondo

Watch New Teleos Webinar for Rypple Leadership Series: Coaching with Compassion (Part 2)

Did you know? Only 21% of workers feel engaged at work Disengaged workers cost U.S. companies $300 billion a year […]

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November 16, 2011 BY: Paul Thallner

Taking a Lesson from The Future

Change is hard, and people tend to fail at it often. Try small, safe experiments that move you in the direction of your ideal self. Be selective and deliberate about where you experiment. For example, if you are experimenting with voicing your opinions at meetings, try it out with your family around the dinner table first.

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October 27, 2011 BY: Fran Johnston

Beyond the Pink: Wake-Up Calls and What I Learned from Cancer

Teleos co-founder, Fran Johnston, writes about her six year journey with cancer. What shocked her, what transformed her, and what has helped heal her.

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October 27, 2011 BY: Fran Johnston

Beyond the Pink: Wake-Up Calls and What I Learned from Cancer

When I see professional football players wearing pink cleats, gloves and ribbons in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I […]

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September 24, 2011 BY: teleos

Teleos and The Future Project: 2 Out of 3 Students Say They Are Bored

We’re delighted to support the inspiring and applied efforts of The Future Project, where adults sign on to coach a […]

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September 02, 2011 BY: Suzanne Rotondo

Incoming Medical Students Clear Empathy Hurdle (with Teleos)

July 27, 2011 — An innovative medical school program is basing admissions as much on the individual’s emotional intelligence as […]

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July 28, 2011 BY: teleos

SELECTed as future leaders in healthcare

It’s not the typical start to medical school. No gross anatomy lab, no sudden immersion in science. No tests – although those are certainly ahead.

But this isn’t a typical medical school program. SELECT (Scholarly Excellence. Leadership Experiences. Collaborative Training.) is designed to train future physician leaders. Its students gained admittance by going through a rigorous behavioral interview process to assess their levels of emotional intelligence. The process looks for such characteristics as collaboration, adaptability and emotional self-control.

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