Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence in the workplace begins from the inside out with each individual. It involves recognizing various aspects of your feelings and emotions and taking the time to work on the elements of self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skills.
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 Emotional intelligence is our ability to recognize emotions in ourselves and others, to understand their effect, and to use that knowledge to guide our thoughts and behaviours.

Add social injustice and political unrest, and emotional intelligence is needed more than ever before.

Add social injustice and political unrest, and emotional intelligence is needed more than ever before.

The first and most important step in working effectively with everyone is a mindset shift – a shift to apatheia.

Emotional intelligence is the capacity to understand and manage your emotions.

Technology, Generation Z and neuroscience are all contributing to emotional intelligence being the future of work.

Emotional intelligence quotient, or EQ, is a term that is being used more and more within Human Resources departments and is making its way into executive boardrooms.

You’ve heard all the advice about how working hard means good things will come your way. You’ve been doing that. Long days, nights, and even some weekends.

7 qualities to look for to identify people with high emotional intelligence.

When the company was in its early stages, with about 50 people, empathy was “a bit more ad hoc,” because you could bump into colleagues at lunch.

When it comes to happiness and success in life, EQ matters just as much as IQ. Learn how you can boost your emotional intelligence, build stronger relationships, and achieve your goals.

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In this lecture from our course, ‘A Practical Guide to Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace’, we look at what emotional intelligence is, and who some of the key figures are.

Are you good at recognizing other people’s emotions? How about practising active listening or regulating your emotions? These are a few components of emotional intelligence.

IQ vs. EQ- What is Emotional Intelligence?

Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ by Daniel Goleman is an awesome book. I really believe that it is a must-read for everyone who wants to become successful.

Emotional intelligence is an essential skill for leaders to have. But what does emotional intelligence mean, and why is it important?

Book smart is simply describing that the person as generally intelligent, well educated and do well academically.

Instead of trying to improve your emotional intelligence skills, strive to identify and eliminate the habits that are interfering with your natural emotional intelligence in the first place.

Emotional Intelligence refers to the ability to recognize, interpret and process emotions in yourself and others. While genetics, upbringing and environment all play a role, there are steps you can take to develop your emotional intelligence over time.