Developing Emotional Intelligence
As more studies show emotional intelligence improves employee productivity and job performance, it becomes a more coveted skill in the office.
Emotional intelligence is when you can understand the emotions of yourself and others and manage your own feelings well. It shows a balance between intelligence and self-awareness.
Emotional intelligence is an asset. Studies have shown that emotional intelligence training improved employee productivity. That may be because emotional intelligence reflects an ability to make better decisions, problem-solving skills, and being a great communicator.
People who are emotionally intelligent can come up with solutions from a holistic perspective.
Developing emotional intelligence will benefit you at work and also outside of work as well. Wouldn’t life be great with effortless stress management, better relationships, and being able to “read the room”?