Emotional intelligence in the workplace seems like a buzz term…but your ability to regulate your own emotions for better interpersonal relations can be the difference of having a great career versus a good one.
Not having emotional intelligence is sure to slow your professional growth. The workplace is a fabric of people who can only move their projects forward with the support of others. In a macro sense, a team with strong emotional intelligence can mean millions of dollars added to the bottom line.
In a recent article in the Toronto Sun, I describe six types of workers who will struggle to succeed because of limited emotional intelligence.
See Check your EQ to find out who they are.