Emotional intelligence can support better outcomes and experiences when giving and receiving feedback, working under a deadline, not having enough resources, and navigating change. Let’s take a closer look at how strengthening each one could benefit workplace relationships and performance.
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Let’s begin by defining integrity as the quality or state of wholeness, congruence or alignment before describing its four pillars.
We experience a constant stream of emotions — to the tune of 1,200 or more a day. And if we’re not aware of them, they can control us instead of us controlling them.
There’s no doubt about it, today’s world is VUCA — Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous. Could compassionate leadership be the way forward? How can we start?
A recent study has found that employees with emotionally intelligent bosses tend to be happier and more effective.
Emotional intelligence has broken through as a crucial quality for government employees.
What exactly makes emotional intelligence a leadership superpower? It’s a soft skill that can be cultivated, and it’s vital to hone this competency.
Today, Jason is learning to operate from a new frame of mind. Because he is more compassionate with himself, he is more compassionate with others.
Agencies that prioritize a culture of continuous learning, emotional intelligence and modern hiring practices are in the best position to adapt and excel.
Manage strong emotions by creating a six second pause to help you act instead of react.