Category Archives: Emotional Intelligence

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It’s difficult to know which direction to guide people without a sound understanding of where they’re coming from.

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Emotional intelligence can be used to predict the success and performance of employees.

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It’s time to take an honest look at your leadership style.

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Which is more effective in the business environment: being liked or being intimidating?

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Let your staff know you appreciate them with these little gestures. 

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A 2014 study by the U.K. University of Warwick found that happy employees have increased productivity.

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Emotional intelligence involves a set of crucial skills essential for any workplace.

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Personalities my clash, but teamwork is effective once the members can get past the conflicts. 

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It isn’t to say that people who disagree with each other’s styles shouldn’t work together, but they should change their own behaviors and approach the common situation differently.

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Cross-culture communication is far more nuanced than breaching a language barrier, it’s an issue that must be broached carefully and thoughtfully to avoid embarrassment, frustration and potentially even an insulting encounter.