Damon Bright

Emotional Intelligence: Improve Your Skills to Succeed in Business, Manage People, and Become a Great Leader (Learn to Spot and Avoid Manipulation, the Procrastination Fix and the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)

Nowadays, some employers make it a criterion to take an emotional intelligence test as part of their screening procedure, because they believe that those with higher an EQ make excellent leaders and relate better with people.
Most people do not know how handy it is to have people's skill. I know of a woman who is a good real estate agent. She works by the books and sold so many properties, but her emotional intelligence at that time was low. She couldn't connect well with her clients. When they tried to beat down the price of a property due to some issues, she could not relate. She started to lose her clients, and her boss had to tell her to take some time off to take some classes on people's management.
This guide will focus on the following:
• A brief history of emotional intelligence
• Components of emotional intelligence
• The impact of emotional intelligence
• Emotional intelligence at home
• Emotional intelligence and emotional leadership
• Emotional intelligence at work
• Leadership and conflict management
• Motivating people

Everyone knows that high IQ is no guarantee of success, happiness, or virtue, but until Emotional Intelligence, we could only guess why. the rational and the emotional—and how they together shape our destiny.
We all want to be happy and there are many aspects of our lives that we can concentrate on to make this dream come true. From improving social skills and relationships, to banishing negativity and avoiding being controlled and manipulated, there are many things we can do to ensure our own and others’ happiness.
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