Most people realize that being emotionally smart helps in business, and there’s no shortage of empirical evidence to suggest that this realization is pretty accurate. The real question is: can people learn to be more emotionally smart? The answer is, yes. As with all forms of intelligence, there is a natural aptitude, nature, and a learned component, nurture. Individuals displaying high emotional quotients likely got lucky in both areas, born with the abilities and surrounded by good role models. Another way to boost your skills is by attending an experiential webinar that provides a nurturing of abilities.
This, do not miss, webinar gets to the heart of what matters most in our daily interactions with colleagues, clients, family and friends…. emotion.
We explore three areas that each participant brings to their interactions: Curiosity, Resilience, and Empathy.
Curiosity, Resilience: Interested versus Interesting
Revive the most important emotional skill to likeability. Realize that money (business, goodwill) flows in the direction of biographical knowledge. Think your way to a happier life.
Empathy: Gold Standard of Emotional Intelligence
Incorporate the gold standard of emotional intelligence into your life.
Like a rare commodity this skill predominates in high-performers but is available to all.
The research is compelling; emotional intelligence in the workplace is fundamental to effectiveness. Over my decades of teaching in the academic and corporate world I’ve seen first-hand how individuals prosper personally and professionally when given the chance to improve their emotional intelligence.