Resources and Alliances


Books by Members

  • 21 Ways to Improve your Emotional Intelligence - Hank Clemons, PhD
  • Are You Living Your Best Life On Purpose? - Jon Hartman, ABD
  • Cool Change: Turning Emotions into Leadership Strengths - Pat Baxter,m EdD (New)
  • Communicating Beyond Our Differences: Susan Dellinger
  • Could Your Emotional Intelligence Be Holding You Back? - Hank Clemons, PhD
  • Emotional Business - Ravi Rao, PhD, MD
  • EQ is for EVERYONE - Hank Clemons, PhD
  • Imprinted Wisdom - Catherine Nagle 
  • The Other Kind of Smart - Harvey Deutschendorf
  • The Power of EQ: Stronger Leadership through Emotional Intelligence - Karen D. Nutter (New)

 Research Papers and Articles

In this area you will find research papers and articles published by the research team of SoEI lead by Dr. Russel Clayton, Dr. Charles Coco and Jon Hartman, ABD., Dr. Rubye Brae and Dr. Christopher Davis.

How Regular Exercise Helps You Balance Work and Family - HBR: by Russell Clayton, PhD
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Sleep Better Tonight and Have Better Work-Life Balance Tomorrow _ Huff Post:: by Russell Clayton, PhD
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Partners and Collaborations

Partners and Collaborators consist of groups or organizations that provide financial or in-kind support to an organization, event or activity through the provision of donations, products or services. They share common missions, interests, values, and messages–thereby achieving together what could never be accomplished separately.

To become a Partner, your organization must submit a request for partnership to the Society of Emotional Intelligence at: [email protected]. The request should outline your organization’s mission, vision, goals, and reasons for partnering with us. All requests will be reviewed and approved organizations will be notified.



Community mediation offers constructive processes for resolving differences and conflicts between individuals, groups, and 
organizations. It is an alternative to avoidance, destructive confrontation, prolonged litigation or violence. It gives people in conflict an opportunity to take responsibility for the resolution of their dispute and control of the outcome. Community mediation is designed to preserve individual interests while strengthening relationships and building connections between people and groups, and to create processes that make communities work for all of us.
The purpose of the National Association for Community Mediation is to support the maintenance and growth of community-based mediation programs and processes, to present a compelling voice in appropriate policy-making, legislative, professional, and other arenas, and to encourage the development and sharing of resources for these efforts.


Mission Statement

NAFCM supports peacemakers by being the hub for advancing the work of community mediation, aggregating the wisdom of community mediation and amplifying the voice of community mediators. NAFCM's purpose, as a membership association of peacemakers who employ the practices and values of community mediation, is to help these peacemakers to create safe spaces for the transformation of conflict to opportunities for engagement, resolution and partnership through the work and will of the participants and those impacted.

Vision Statement

NAFCM's vision is that community mediation leads to community mobilization (both individually and collectively). 



Institute for Civic Education in Viet Nam


 The vision of ICEVN is to be the catalyst for social responsibility, innovation and transparency in Vietnam.


The mission of ICEVN is to promote social responsibilities and transparency in Vietnam by providing civic education, entrepreneurship education, and managerial leadership development.


 The objectives of the Institute for Civic Education in Vietnam are to provide the following programs:

  • Provide courses (including distance learning) and workshops on entrepreneurship, managerial leadership development, civic education and civic leadership skills development;
  • Provide translation into Vietnamese the theories and literature on civil society and the democratic way of life;
  • Provide comprehensive “train-the-trainer” classes to targeted group of people who will become trainers for ICEVN in the future;
  • Recruit fellows for these courses and provide a mentoring program for the graduated fellows to replicate training modules at the local level;
  • Provide an on-line forum for exchanging ideas and best practices among participants and affiliates about leadership, entrepreneurship, and civic education;
  • Network and collaborate with other international organizations, which have similar interests in leadership, entrepreneurship, and civic education to learn from best practices and to foster collaboration among the nations.