TalentSmart tested emotional intelligence alongside 33 other important workplace skills and found that emotional intelligence is the strongest predictor of performance, explaining a full 58 percent of success in all types of jobs.
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“…once a threshold of technical skills is achieved it’s the depth and quality of the person’s “critical non-technical” skills that propel their upward progress. “ – Lou Adler, CEO, Performance-based Hiring Learning Systems
Knowing where you can improve enables you to achieve your full potential.
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Spend time learning. Those who do are always improving vs. those who only focus on performing.
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Ensure that you are getting hired at a company with a culture that aligns with your values by asking the right questions.
“Emotionally intelligent people know how to make work and the world a better place. Are you one of them?” – Rhett Power