Category Archives: Emotional Intelligence
In order to have a successful business career, leaders need to have a solid foundation of emotional intelligence.
People on both sides of the desk need to adjust the way they perceive feedback, as anxiety makes the evaluation process much less effective.
No matter where someone lies in the chain of command, mentorship is an important aspect of the business world.
Paying attention to the nuances of someone’s character and speech can unearth clues about how to best motivate and encourage the individual, and you can only achieve that by having empathy for others.
It would appear that the happier an individual is, the better his or her company does.
Managing and interacting with individuals who hail from various countries with different moral codes and work ethics can be difficult, but not impossible.
When human interaction and understanding is a significant portion of the workday, it’s imperative to have the ability to work with emotions rather than against them.
There are countless reasons why clashes occur and these need to be handled swiftly and carefully with healthy communication to attempt workplace harmony, for however long it may last.
Here are three examples of things that managers and business leaders do on a daily basis to move themselves toward success.
There are a few telltale signs that may indicate that a leader needs to reevaluate his or her position and seek training to remedy a bad situation.