If we’re saying that climate change is a moral issue, to me that’s about individual responsibility, and therefore, we have to communicate in a way that’s individually responsible.
Joshua Freedman has noticed that institutions are often more focused on fighting short-term threats than maintaining long-term sustainability. As the Chief Executive Officer of Six Seconds, Freedman is creating change and increasing value by tapping emotion. He does this through EQ, or emotional intelligence, workshops in organizations and schools globally. Partnering with leaders, he works to identify key relationship and emotional intelligence factors that limit and enhance success, then helps organizations implement new system so teams excel and talent thrives.
Freedman is the author of Inside Change. He chairs the International NexusEQ Conferences and has helped launch emotional intelligence programs and companies in over a dozen countries.