Category Archives: Emotional Intelligence
There are many ways in which you can show someone you think highly of them. You don’t have to directly tell someone that you admire them in order for them to feel respected! Here are a few ways of showing respect that should work for you and your coworkers. Listening: This means listening even when you don’t agree with what someone is saying, and listening when you might feel like zoning out. People feel respected when they know their voice is being heard. This is a very important part of being respected, and is the basis for respect. Being open: If you are constantly shutting down people’s ideas and not giving them much of a chance, they won’t think that their contributions matter. Being open Read the full article…
When you were a kid, you were probably told platitudes such as, “be a team player” and “treat others the way you want to be treated.” As adults, we (hopefully) don’t receive reminders like this, but these clichés still hold value for us. When you go to work, the easiest people to work with are those that are team players, and those that treat you how they would like you to treat them. These clichés, among others, could be under the umbrella term “emotional intelligence.” Do you want to work for someone who can’t decipher how his or her staff reacts to an idea? Do you want to work with people who shoot down others’ suggestions and only want to go forward with his or Read the full article…
It’s difficult to know which direction to guide people without a sound understanding of where they’re coming from.
Emotional intelligence can be used to predict the success and performance of employees.
It’s time to take an honest look at your leadership style.
Which is more effective in the business environment: being liked or being intimidating?
Let your staff know you appreciate them with these little gestures.
A 2014 study by the U.K. University of Warwick found that happy employees have increased productivity.
Emotional intelligence involves a set of crucial skills essential for any workplace.
Personalities my clash, but teamwork is effective once the members can get past the conflicts.