Leaders, parents, entrepreneurs and managers understand that emotional intelligence (EQ) is important

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How can EQ improve personal and professional lives?

Conversational EQ (formerly CONVERSATIONS That...) is a card game using neuroscience and conversational coaching to learn EQ-based skills for real results in every area of life. It is used by psychologists, executive coaches, professional trainers, parents and educators. The game system is patent pending.

Conversational EQ is based upon and innovative, research-based methodology to learn emotional intelligence through conversations and playing cards. We’ve combined neuroscience-based coaching with best practices in social science and use the power of game dynamics to impact you both personally and professionally. Learn more FAQ >

Conversational EQ is an incredibly powerful tool, the profound impact of which was hidden within the simplicity of it. With just a few hours of training, elements of my life began to shift. Immediately, my vocabulary expanded and my language changed—opening pathways to long buried traumas. I feel a great sense of excitement as I imagine the multitude of ways my life will change as I deepen my experience with Conversational EQ. Introducing this to my community will send ripples of change that will serve to evolve our human experience.
— Brenda J.

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For Managers and Leaders

The ability to build teams is one of the most important skills sought in management.

This is true in any leadership situation. The more you are able to create a collaborative culture, the more success the team will experience, and you will gain more value as a manager or leader. Learn more >

For Physical and Mental Health

Multiple studies demonstrate the relationship between emotional intelligence, health and wellbeing. 

In fact, EQ is a predictor in the areas of self-acceptance, stress tolerance, happiness and self actualization. Individuals with low EQ are less motivated to pursue their interests and actualize personal goals. People who are lower in EQ also tend to be more susceptible to mental illness. Learn More >

For Parents and Teachers

The capacity for Emotional Intelligence (EQ) starts within the first 18 months of life.

It's never too early (or too late) to develop EQ in children. It starts with parents and teachers learning to have emotionally intelligent conversations with them. For children, EQ is caught not taught. Learn more >

For Married Partners and Engaged Couples

Marriages and healthy families are the cornerstones for a thriving society.

Yet many couples don't realize how their collective emotional intelligence can protect the marriage from challenges and issues that lead to breakdown. To last a lifetime, a relationship must constantly be renewed with new levels of collaboration, change and lifelong partnership. Learn more >

For Social and Romantic Connections

EQ is highly effective for making social connections and attracting romantic partners.

Unfortunately, in today's hyper-networked, high-speed world, the basic conversational skills necessary to make authentic bonds with others can be lost in digital translation. Overcome awkward nerves and social anxiety and have conversations that make romantic connections. Learn more >

For Sales, Networking and Career Advancement

Conversations involving a financial transaction are often difficult.

Many people have trouble making the pitch, closing the deal, or nailing the interview. That's not a problem. You can learn how to take a collaborative approach with all decision makers and have conversations that make money for everybody. Learn more >