HRchat Interview with Debbie Muno: Developing Emotional Intelligence

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Emotional Intelligence impacts workplace performance, leadership effectiveness, retention, engagement, sales, customer service, resilience, and teamwork – all outcomes that organizations are continually striving to hire for and develop.

It is a measurement of our ability to recognize, respond to, and cope with emotions. While traditional corporate training programs tend to focus on hard skills, teaching employees emotional intelligence is equally important.

recent report on the subject suggested that “it wasn’t only teams and individuals who benefit from developing a greater capacity for emotional intelligence. Research conducted for the report found that, on average, 60% of the surveyed organizations realized significant

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