- May 3, 2021
- Posted by: hpiadmin
- Categories: Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Monday Message
Monday Message from Jerry Houston, President and CEO of HPISolutions
Studies have shown that employees with higher Emotional Quotient (EQ) scores tend to also have higher scores on measures of interpersonal interactions, leadership abilities and stress management. Let’s talk about comparing EQ.
EQ is an important quality for more than CEO’s and top-level managers. It is also important from college students seeking to be interns, to seasoned employees who desire to climb the corporate ladder.
Here are the facts:
In the end, if you want to be seen as a person with high EQ, you must seek ways to increase your emotional intelligence by working actively on your EQ.
Need help comparing EQ? Ask us for a complimentary EQ Assessment (click here) and find out what your EQ is.
To see more articles about Emotional Intelligence, click here.
Have a Great Week!