Emotional intelligence (EI) is more than a buzzword; it’s a skill set that can profoundly impact your personal and professional life.
In the dynamic landscape of modern business, effective leadership is the linchpin of success.
Emotional intelligence as distinguishing between different emotions or using the information to guide your thinking and actions.
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A new online course on emotional intelligence has been launched by Aalto University Executive Education (Aalto EE).
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People with high levels of emotional intelligence are less likely to be susceptible to ‘fake news’, according to research at the University of Strathclyde.
Emotional intelligence has to do with one’s ability to both recognise and control their own emotions.
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Many who shared a room as a child claimed it helped them navigate adult life better.
October is Emotional Intelligence Awareness Month, a reminder of the powerful role emotional intelligence (EQ) plays in the workplace today.
The ability to regulate emotion could be integral for dealing with mental health.
Gobinder Gill is a Lecturer in Sport Psychology and Research Methods at Birmingham Metropolitan College.
Emotional intelligence is a popular construct associated to business, education, health, and more recently sport.
Psychology is such a diverse subject that its value to higher education is indeed crucial.
Emotional intelligence can help people to lead and manage their relationships far more effectively.