People with better social sensitivity and an emotional perception(higher EQ) are a better hire than those with individual performance scores.
Humble people who listen attentively, and admit their mistakes become enablers in the team leading the group achieving it's fullest potential. The team as a whole begins to behave in the same way and increase its overall collective intelligence.
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