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IQ versus EQ: Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

Grow your emotional intelligence

  • Be honest with yourself about your strengths and weaknesses;
  • Acknowledge any stress or anxiety you’re feeling and resolve it before moving forward;
  • Don’t take everything personally, and strive to accept other’s actions as a reflection of them instead of you;
  • Be proactive, not reactive;
  • Be sensitive to emotional signals (tone of voice, body language, eye contact to understand your counterpart).

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IQ versus EQ: Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

IQ versus EQ: Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

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Grow your emotional intelligence

  • Be honest with yourself about your strengths and weaknesses;
  • Acknowledge any stress or anxiety you’re feeling and resolve it before moving forward;
  • Don’t take everything personally, and strive to accept other’s actions as a reflection of them instead of you;
  • Be proactive, not reactive;
  • Be sensitive to emotional signals (tone of voice, body language, eye contact to understand your counterpart).

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Grow your emotional intelligence
  • Be honest with yourself about your strengths and weaknesses
  • Acknowledge any stress or anxiety you’re feeling and resolve it before moving forward
  • Don’t take everything personally, and strive to accept other’s actions as a reflection of them instead of you
  • Be proactive, not reactive
  • Be sensitive to emotional signals (tone of voice, body language, eye contact to understand your counterpart).
Emotional Intelligence( EQ/EI)

Is the measure of an individual’s abilities to recognise and manage their emotions, and the emotions of other people, both individually and in groups.

Benefits of a higher EQ
  • Ease in forming and maintaining interpersonal relationships and in ‘fitting in’ to group situations.
  • A better understanding one's own psychological state, which can include managing stress effectively and being less likely to suffer from depression.
IQ and EQ

There is no correlation between IQ and EQ scores.

IQ has no connection with how people understand and deal with their emotions and the emotions of others (EQ). 

You simply can’t predict emotional intelligence based on how smart someone is.

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Use assertive communication

Assertive communication allows us to take responsibility for ourselves and our actions without judging or blaming other people.

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Respond instead of reacting

The emotionally intelligent person knows how to stay calm during stressful situations. 

They don't make impulsive decisions and understand that in times of conflict the goal is a resolution.

Utilize active listening skills

Emotionally intelligent people make sure they understand what is being said before responding. 

They also pay attention to the nonverbal details of a conversation. This prevents misunderstandings, allows the listener to respond properly and shows respect for the person they are speaking to.

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