Emotional Intelligence: The Greatest Indicator of Workplace Success
Having a high IQ isn’t always an indicator of success in the workplace. Emotional Intelligence—our ability to self-manage and relate to others—is essential to being a good leader and colleague, and is especially important during the pandemic. This 90-minute workshop does a deep dive into the emotional intelligence components most applicable to dealing with stress and change, helps you identify strengths and blind spots, and provides suggestions for improving your development areas. Leaders who develop their emotional intelligence are more likely to have high-performing work teams, resulting in accurate and efficient project completion.