Career Development

What influences the career development of an individual? Is it his intelligence, technical skills, or their educational success? Are the forces that affect the future career success same for all generations – Baby Boomers, Generation X or Generation Y? All these questions have been researched thoroughly by hiring managers, recruiters, and human behavior researchers in last few years. The answer to all these questions is emotional intelligence or emotional quotient (EQ).

According to a study, 90 percent of top star performers are also high in EQ. While only 20 percent of below average performers are high in EQ. It is not necessary that you must have high EQ to be one of the top performers, but with lower EQ, the chances are really less.

Start the journey to developing your career via these training course links

Leading With Emotional Intelligence | Selling With Emotional Intelligence | Emotional Intelligence Mastery | Emotional Cognition During Change | Emotional Intelligence For Self Optimization

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Aug'19

Resolving Under-Performance By A Sibling In A Family Business

In family businesses, leaders sometimes make hiring and staffing decisions based on relationship and obligation as much as on competence …

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Aug'19

Managing Talents Considering Couple’s Interest

the finding that men whose wives have careers are less likely to discriminate against women at work and more likely to facilitate their career development.

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Jul'19

Emotional Intelligence And Financial Breakthrough

One study found that workers surveyed were 400 percent less likely to leave a job if they had a manager with high 'EQ.

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