Getting In Touch With Your Feelings


10 Jan
10Jan

It is very important to understand that emotional intelligence is not the opposite of intelligence, it is not the triumph of heart over headit is the unique intersection of both.  

David Caruso 

Emotional Intelligence: For a while it was regarded as just another fad, new age organisational ‘touchy-feely’ approach that wouldn’t last. 

Research however, indicates that employees who are more emotionally intelligent are reported by their supervisors as being more– 

  • Innovative and creative in the workplace 
  • Better team players 
  • Exhibit better customer service skills 
  • Exhibit higher organisational commitment 
  • Better sales performance 

Getting in touch with your feelings – as opposed to leaving them at the door – is actually essential to success in the workplace. 

Emotional Intelligence is being More aware. More intentional. More purposeful. It is no longer a nice-to-have, it is an essential skill for success in the 4th industrial revolution.


07Feb
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