On Becoming an Ally: Women in Leadership

By Dr. Irma Campos, Licensed Psychologist The more we use certain terms in our daily lexicon as business professionals, the more they can lose their essence. I believe this can be said of the following terms: diversity and inclusion, allyship, equality, empowerment, and equity. Unfortunately, the more we say these terms, the more we feel […] Continue reading

Psychoeducational Testing-What’s In It for You?

By Dr. Irma Campos, Licensed Psychologist As a passionate psychologist offering psychoeducational testing in Tampa, Florida, I am proud to provide a guide to understanding psychoeducational tessting. Psychological testing (inclusive of psychoeducational testing) is defined by the American Psychological Association as “a measurement procedure for assessing psychological characteristics in which a sample of an examinee’s […] Continue reading

The Other Side of Emotional Intelligence

Overview The next dimension of emotional intelligence focuses on others, and it is social competence (see Bradberry & Greaves, 2009). Social competence encompasses social awareness and relationship management. I’ll focus on social awareness in this post, which is essentially being attuned to others’ emotional responses. Engage in the Moment In order to attend to others’ […] Continue reading

The Last (But Not Least) Emotional Intelligence Domain: Relationship Management

Overview These last few weeks, I have reviewed emotional intelligence. I have reviewed personal competence (self-awareness and self-management). And last week I reviewed one facet of social competence (social awareness). The final facet of social competence is relationship management. It answers the question “What do I do with awareness I have of the social situation?” […] Continue reading