Emotional intelligence (EQ), or the capacity to interact with others, is now recognized as a necessary leadership skill — and for good reason. While most EQ research is rooted in academia, the concept has found a welcome home in the workplace. Evidence of its value to professional development and job performance is mounting quickly. Now more than ever, human capital leaders are showing management teams the positive impact of high EQ on employee performance that leads to gains in meaningful business results.
In this session, attendees will learn: