Yes – you do need knowledge, experience, smarts and vision to be good at your job, but what distinguishes the most successful leaders is Emotional Intelligence and the ability to identify and monitor emotions. Harvard researcher says the most emotionally intelligent people have these 12 traits. Which of these do you have? A worthwhile readContinue reading “12 Traits of Emotional Intelligence”
Emotional Intelligence (EI) is not a quickly passing craze that will pass by the end of the year. It’s a field of study backed by years of academic research in the field of neurosciences, behavioral sciences and yes, the business side of it all. As research has proved EI skills to have a direct impactContinue reading “Emotional Intelligence is not a quickly passing craze”
Emotional Intelligence and Partnership Building. This might be something worth reading if you’re in the field. http://urn.fi/URN:NBN:fi:amk-2019120925437
Here is an interesting read on how to screen for Emotional Intelligence in job interviews https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/signs-of-emotionally-intelligent-person-test.
The limbic system is the ancient portion of our brains that runs in autopilot mode all the time. It manages our innate urges, moods and emotions. The limbic system tells us when we are hungry, when we are in danger (fight or flight reaction), when we are bored, and when we want to spend tenContinue reading “Emotional Intelligence and the Limbic System”