About Frederick Elias

Dr. Frederick G. Elias is committed to improving organizational leadership styles through the use of communication and motivation. Dr. Elias has attained national recognition as an educator and consultant in organizational development, organizational behavior, industrial psychology, and human resource management. He is a dynamic speaker and author in the areas of motivation, communication mastery, team building, self-esteem enhancement, personal goal setting, and empowerment.

Developing Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is at the core of our competencies in relating to others. What are they and why are they necessary both personally and professionally? First, the four main competencies are: Self-awareness – the ability to read one's emotions and recognize their impact while using gut feelings to guide decisions. How may times have you made a decision and looked back on it and thought- maybe if I had taken more time to understand the other person's feelings. Self-management – involves controlling one's emotions and impulses and adapting to changing circumstances. Your company is going through low, moderate, massive [...]

Keys to Motivating Yourself and Others

Have you ever wondered why some people are highly motivated and successful in everything they set out to accomplish, while others, who may come from similar backgrounds, fail? What gives some the edge and pushes them to the top, while others have a difficult time getting motivated to move forward? The most important difference between being motivated or demotivated is attitude. A positive attitude and positive self-image create the difference between success and failure in every facet of your existence. Attitude, motivation, and communication skills are the cornerstones for growth. They provide the foundation for success in meeting any challenge. [...]

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The Ten Pillars of Leadership

The Leadership Challenge is a "personal coach in a book". When leaders understand that leadership is a relationship and they begin to engage in the Five Exemplary Practices-Model the Way, Inspire a Shared Vision, Challenge the Process, Enable Others to Act, and Encourage the Heart- they are better able to perform at their personal best. Kouzes and Posner believe, "Inspiring leadership speaks to our need to have meaning and purpose in our lives... a leader must have the ability to bring out the best in others-to enable others to act." Their Ten Commitments of Leadership are at the core of [...]