Emotional intelligence produces growth.

“Great organizations are focused on building relationships and developing both intuition and emotional intelligence.” Co-workers in the workplace are responsible for forming good relationships to share ideas, express how they feel (emotional intelligence), and recommend great ideas for the workplace. 

Having these qualities within the workplace will make your work more enjoyable. Emotional intelligence within the workplace includes working on yourself first, recognizing various aspects of your feelings and emotions, self-awareness, motivation, empathy and social skills. It is vital because it influences how you behave and make decisions.

Therefore, members of an organization need to have emotional intelligence and intuition. It will cause them to take ownership of their work and be exceptional. You can achieve this in your organization. Find out more in Chuck Blakeman’s book – Rehumanizing the workplace.

 

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