People who possess a high EQ are more often those who succeed in building flourishing careers and long lasting relationships as well as managing that balance most of us strive for – the balance between work and home life.
Having high emotional intelligence is not about being “nice” – it’s about having appropriate self-regard, having a voice, possessing integrity and building strong trust and connecting with others.
Many people get promoted for what they know or their tenure in their job rather than their skill in managing or getting along with other employees. This does not always result in good employee retention, high employee engagement or a productive and positive culture.
To learn more follow this link: Emotional Intelligence: The 2nd Pillar