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What a High Emotional Intelligence Looks Like

  • When Franklin D. Roosevelt took office in 1933, he recognized that emotional recovery must precede economic recovery. This especially is true for leaders who hope to stay ahead of the pack as the economy bounces back. The further you climb up the corporate ladder and the more people you are responsible for, the more your emotional intelligence skills come into play. A leader’s emotional intelligence (EQ) is so critical that it is responsible for 58% of his or her job performance. Likewise, more than 90% of top performers in leadership positions possess a high degree of EQ.

    By Dr. Travis Bradberry

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