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5 Signs Of High Emotional Intelligence

emotional intelligenceEmotional intelligence predicts people’s ability to regulate themselves, manage other people, and achieve success. Research shows a link between emotional intelligence and career success. Not everyone is born with it, but unlike IQ, emotional intelligence can be acquired and improved with practice.
Posted by Mark Murphy on 09 November, 2016 Emotional Intelligence, Forbes | 0 comments | Read more →

Quiz: Does Your Job Require High Or Low Emotional Intelligence?

Posted by Mark Murphy on 08 November, 2016 Emotional Intelligence, Interpersonal Skills, Quizzes | 0 comments | Read more →

Increase Your Emotional Intelligence By Watching Television

Increase Emotional IntelligenceMomma always told me that watching television and movies would rot my brain. Well, now I’ve got a great counter-argument to that, because there’s an exercise for developing emotional intelligence that involves watching television.
Emotional intelligence is just as important as traditional intelligence.

Posted by Mark Murphy on 10 August, 2016 Emotional Intelligence, Forbes | 0 comments | Read more →

You Might Have Too Much Emotional Intelligence For Your Job

Emotional IntelligenceIt’s become cliché to assert that having high emotional intelligence equals better performance at work. But I’m going to shock you, because the link between emotional intelligence and job performance is wildly overstated.
In fact, research suggests that in certain jobs, having higher emotional intelligence is actually correlated with lower job performance!

Posted by Mark Murphy on 08 August, 2016 Emotional Intelligence, Forbes | 0 comments | Read more →

Why New Hires Fail (Emotional Intelligence Vs. Skills)

Ajob interview failures chartccording to a study by Leadership IQ, 46% of newly-hired employees will fail within 18 months, while only 19% will achieve unequivocal success. But contrary to popular belief, technical skills are not the primary reason why new hires fail; instead, poor interpersonal skills dominate the list, flaws which many of their managers admit were overlooked during the job interview process.
Posted by Mark Murphy on 22 June, 2015 Emotional Intelligence, Hiring for Attitude | 1 comment | Read more →

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