4/17/2019 0 Comments
Emotional Intelligence may not be high on your radar and for some can seem daunting, but at its core, it’s all about mindset and respect. Understanding yourself, how you think and behave towards others in a social environment - such as the workplace - and effectively managing initiatives, employees and the company in positive and respectful ways.
If you are a CEO, your workplace culture is like one big mirror reflecting the collective Emotional Intelligence back to you.
A collective mindset that has your own at its core.
Your bottom line can be directly effected by employees who feel disrespected at work, but can also be improved and exceed goals (up to 15-20% as Pepsi found out).
To learn more about the benefits of Emotional Intelligence and its relationship to leadership, check out this article and infographic by Norwich University.