The Emotionally Intelligent Manager: Essential Skills for Leading Others with Confidence
This webinar is hosted by HRDQ-U
Did you know…?
Emotional intelligence (EQ) is the single strongest predictor of performance
90% of top performers score high on emotional intelligence
A UC Berkeley study found that emotional intelligence was 400% more powerful than IQ when predicting who would have success in their field
When it comes to defining intelligence, we typically think in terms of IQ or “intelligence quotient.” A few decades ago, however, a new definition of intelligence began to take shape that had nothing to do with conventional notions of intellect. Emotional intelligence, or EQ, refers to our capacity for recognizing our own feelings and those of others, for motivating ourselves, and for managing emotions well in ourselves and others. Furthermore, research suggests that EQ is actually more important than IQ for success in jobs at all levels.