About Emotional Intelligence ...
Great sketchnote by Tanmay Vora - Fostering Team Emotional Intelligence
Emotional intelligence definition: "Emotional intelligence refers to the ability to identify and manage one’s own emotions, as well as the emotions of others."
Want to go into more details? Here to examples:
- How Emotional Intelligence Can Make Your Team More Agile (by TalentSmartEQ, the company mentioned on the sketchnote)
- How to improve emotional intelligence – 10 simple ways to increase EQ (also offering an EQ test)
Why Emotional Intelligence (EQ) today? It was one of the topics during our IP-Sprint (for Innovation & Planning, Learning, Training and knowledge transfer) last week and I am thinking about picking it up for our team building activity closing the PI Planning next week Monday. We have our company wide #Spirit-Day for personal development and learning tomorrow, and I will use it to prepare some more details for the EQ-session. Preparing a learning experience for the team is also a learning experience for me --> learning by doing.
“In a study of skills that distinguish star performers in every field from entry-level jobs to executive positions, the single most important factor was not IQ, advanced degrees, or technical experience, it was EQ. Of the competencies required for excellent in performance in the job studies, 67% were emotional competencies.” — Daniel Goleman, taken from The Best Emotional Intelligence Quotes of All Time
- 2 UNEXPECTED WAYS SUCCESS LEADS YOU ASTRAY
- Ranked: The World’s Largest Container Shipping Companies and The World’s Largest Shipping Hubs
- 10 Mistakes Smart People Never Make Twice
- A pose by any other name (about body language)
"When we focus on the competition, we become reactive. When we focus on improving ourselves, we become innovative." -- Simon Sinek