Our guest today is on a mission to teach people skills to analytical thinkers and bridge the data-business gap with emotional intelligence.
Ten years ago, he was a professional poker player who spent every day optimizing his decisions based on data and human behavior.
Though he doesn’t play poker anymore, he is still passionate about psychology and numbers.
He has a background in Behavioral Economics and uses that theoretical understanding of data and human behavior to understand how interpersonal relationships work in practice.
And in the process he’s learned that the main data-challenge for companies is not technology - it’s the interaction between people.
Through his training and coaching programs - which is grounded in a human-centric approach - he’s helped hundreds of people learn how to ask better questions, communicate with business leaders, and present their results with impact.
So please, help me in welcoming our guest today - a man who is on a mission to help 100,000 analytical thinkers improve their people skills - Gilbert Eijkelenboom!
September 21st, 2020 | Season 5 | 59 mins 32 secs
ai, data science, emotional intelligence, grit, growth mindset, journey, machine learning, math, passion, persistence, statistics
In this episode we talk emotional intelligence and the algorithms in our mind with Gilbert Eijkelenboom!