How to Be a More Emotionally Intelligent Leader


ccording to a study by Johnson and Johnson, there is a strong correlation between high emotional intelligence and high-performing leaders. A similar conclusion was made when a study by Talent Smart showed that “90% of high performers in the workplace possess high EQ, while 80% of low performers have low EQ.” Finally, A study in the SAM Advanced Management Journal showed that EQ is more critical than IQ in determining a leader’s success or failure.

Manage Your Negative Emotions

Practice Self Awareness and Social Awareness.

Actively Listen

Welcome Criticism, Even the Non-Constructive Kind

Help Others Shine


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