The business industry’s definition of leadership became an ever-changing focus during the years that have passed. Today, emotional intelligence is one of the factors that mostly affects the well-being of a company’s leaders. And the modernity of people’s perception about it seems to be a great fit together.
We all know people who are in full control of their emotions. They’re calm in a crisis, and they make decisions sensitively, however stressful the situation.
We also know people who can read the emotions of others. They understand what to say to make people feel better, and they know how to inspire them to take action.
People like this have high emotional intelligence (or EI). They have strong relationships, and they manage difficult situations calmly and effectively. They’re also likely to be resilient in the face of adversity.
Emotional intelligence is a person’s ability to recognise, understand and manage their feelings and emotions, as well as those of others. Gone are those days where the only focus of business leaders is with the statistical performance of their company. Today, performing a proper application of emotional intelligence from the beginning and during employment is a must.
Through, leadership training, core applications of emotional intelligence can be cultivated. These include people skills, empathy, and internal motivation. All of which could be developed and utilised for the benefit of your organisation. Read the different applications on how you can be successful with emotional intelligence.
Put your leaders and entire team ahead of the competition, get them on a bespoke HBB Group EI Workshop. This can be onsite or virtual, it is all tailored to your team and up to you. Contact the HBB Group 1300 833 574 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an exciting conversation.