Are you aspiring to lead a team or a group of people? Are you already a leader who wishes to bring out the best in your employees? Read on to know how you can excel in being a leader, incorporating the emotional skills The truth is: Emotional Intelligence is the capacity to understand one's own emotions as well as that of the people around. This is one of the most important skills for being a leader as knowing the emotional requirements of the team members is definitely a good way to help them succeed. Someone who has the complete trust of his staff, listens to every member of the team or is easy to approach, is always a popular leader. He is also capable of making careful and informed decisions. These are the qualities of a leader with high levels of emotional intelligence. People with a high degree of emotional intelligence know how various emotions can affect different people. For the leaders, having emotional intelligence is quite essential for success. There are certain skills like self-regulation, motivation, self-awareness, empathy and social skills which will help a leader in succeeding. People with high emotional intelligence or emotional quotient are better receptors of the emotional signals and cues sent out by others. These kinds of people are better adjusted to society and other subparts of it, like the other individuals. The goal of the Book is simple: The Book is a perfect guide to help in improving the leadership skills with the help of emotional intelligence. It lets the readers know about emotional intelligence and various historical references related to the same. DOWNLOAD: Emotional Intelligence for Leadership, How to Improve Your Leadership and Master Your Emotions Thanks to Emotional Intelligence, A Complete Guide to Achieve Business Success and Be Appreciated. You Will Also Learn: What is emotional intelligence? Historical references and founding father Types Of emotions List of all types How to learn and improve emotional intelligence The EQ models EQ v/s IQ How to use it for leadership How to teach it to your employees Self-control and self-regulation Empathy and difference of sympathy Having social skills Exploiting positive emotions in people Coping with negative emotions in people EQ or emotional quotient is a much sought after character trait nowadays. It is considered that people with better EQ are better suited to changes in life, as per research. Would you like to know more? Buy the Book, Emotional Intelligence for Leadership to know about the necessary emotional skills required for becoming a successful leader. Scroll to the top of the page and select the buy now button.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-04-29 - Publisher: Independently Published
Do you want to discover how to guide people in the right direction by recognising their emotions? Do you wonder why some people are progressing faster in their career than you, even when they seem less smart? Do you want to learn how to manage people more effectively, so you
Are you aspiring to lead a team or a group of people? Are you already a leader who wishes to bring out the best in your employees? Read on to know how you can excel in being a leader, incorporating the emotional skills The truth is: Emotional Intelligence is the
Buy the Paperback Version of this Book and Get the Kindle Book Version for FREE!If there was one valuable skill set that you could own and would guarantee your success as a leader, what would it be?Is emotional intelligence the first thing that springs to mind?Most probably, it's not. Yet,
Emotional intelligence or EQ has been popular in the world of businesses since the 1950's. While many years have passed by, EQ still plays a crucial role in business. Discover the secret to business success-leading with emotional intelligence Whether you are emotionally intelligent or not, it does not matter. The
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-06-16 - Publisher: HarperCollins Leadership
Develop the critical soft skills required for high-performance sales… Chronic complainers, no accountability finger-pointers, or learning-resistant laggards—these culture-killers costs sales organizations more in productivity than being weak in the so-called hard skills of selling. Learn how emotional intelligence and the development of these critical soft skills improve sales leadership effectiveness