When there’s a vacant position in your company, you may feel pressure to fill it. Having a fully functioning team sounds important on paper but filling the position with the wrong person can lead to a disaster. As you filter through resumes, conduct countless interviews, and search for the right person for the job, you’ll find that EI (emotional intelligence) is more beneficial than IQ. Recruiting requires a strong understanding of emotions–both in yourself and job candidates. As well as empa...
Emotional Intelligence, often referenced as EQ, is a key component to effective leadership in businesses and organizational growth. Emotional Intelligence is, in simplest terms, described as possessing the knowledge of what is being felt, what emotions mean, and how those emotions can impact others. But great leaders know that EQ is more than that because they understand how emotions drive behavior and apply that knowledge to motivate those around them.
Robert Winter | Trinity
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