While not a new concept by any means, it’s only in recent years that the idea of emotional intelligence has been taken seriously in the mainstream. In the business world, it’s now widely acknowledged that a high emotional quotient or “EQ” is a better predictor of success than either intelligence or education. This has made emotional intelligence training a seriously compelling proposition in today’s intensely competitive business environment.
Here are just a few of the reasons managers should try emotional intelligence training if they haven’t already:
1. It can help build better harmony between work and home life
In most cases, emotional intelligence training isn’t necessarily focused solely on helping managers and business owners do better in business.…Continue reading