Boost your EQ

Daniel Goleman suggested that EQ (the emotional quotient) might actually be more important than IQ when it comes to enhancing performance and productivity in the workplace.

Chirag Ghelani

Emotional intelligence is defined as the ability to manage your own emotions and tune in to those around you.

Our emotions are meant to teach us something – instead of ignoring them we have to get better at listening to them and managing them.

As Sigmund Freud said:“Unexpressed emotions will never die, they are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways”

By becoming more emotionally intelligent, we can better understand ourselves, boost our productivity and become better leaders.

In this video, we share 3 practical ways to do that.

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