Five Decisions that Lower your Emotional Intelligence

 

SLR-whitepaperThe Promise:
Respond intelligently to your emotions and your performance will increase.

When Daniel Goleman published “Emotional Intelligence” in 1995, it became an instant classic. Its message gave voice to an intuition many people already had: that responding intelligently to our emotions was one of, if not the, primary driver of personal fulfillment, relationship satisfaction, and professional success.

Fast forward 20 years and “emotional intelligence” has become a household word. In academia, more than 3,000 scientific papers have been published showing that emotional intelligence boosts career success, entrepreneurial potential, leadership talent, health, and relationship satisfaction. And in business, most large companies include a module on emotional intelligence as part of their in-house leadership development curriculum.

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