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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

5 reasons emotional intelligence belongs in the boardroom | CEOWORLD magazine

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It’s difficult to read recent headlines about Trump’s late-night twitter feeds, AOC’s John Coates’ alleged tolerance for bullying, or Bill O’Reilly’s behaviour at Fox News, without moaning about the apparent lack of emotional intelligence in leaders of this magnitude. Each of these leaders may have plenty of EQ, but we might not be in agreement with the way they’ve chosen to exercise it. Broadly defined, EQ is the ability to recognise, understand, and strategically manage one’s emotions to crea…
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