Improving Bottom Line With Emotional Intelligence



Throughout our careers the biggest roadblock for people moving up in business has been their inability to work or connect with other people. However, many of us get squeamish when we talk about feelings and emotions in the context of the workplace.

In this episode we talk about dealing with stress, the way we interact with others and hold people accountable in the context of positive psychology and emotional Intelligence. Emotional Intelligence Practitioner, Andie Hines-Lagemann, has a conversation with Jeremy and Gwenn about how improving our skills in this area can have a concrete impact on our bottom line, our ability to enjoy our work, and retain top talent. 

You will hear Jeremy’s very real, visceral reaction to the term emotional intelligence at the beginning of the show but then as the discussion moves on we both learn a lot about how working on emotional intelligence skills can make a huge difference in our businesses and our lives. 

You won’t want to miss this show!





After spending her entire career in sales and marketing, Andie made the leap to start her own marketing and corporate events firm, Red Tree, following a cervical cancer scare in early 2014. Andie went on to build a book of over 90 clients in Northeast Indiana and beyond, ranging in size and scope from small one-person startups, to huge corporations, for-profits, nonprofits, and everything in between. She has been the recipient of a Fort Wayne Business Weekly 40 Under 40 Award, recipient of the Start Fort Wayne Award for Entrepreneurial Effectiveness, was a Neale M. Shank Alumni Award nominee at Concordia Lutheran High School, and was nominated for a Greater Fort Wayne, Inc. Champions of Change Award, and recipient of the Torchbearer Award from the Indiana Commission for Women.