The Bottom line of a business depends on a workforce that’s high in EI.

by | Oct 22, 2020 | Attention, Emotions at work, Leadership | 1 comment

The Bottom line of a business depends on a workforce that’s high in EI.

by | Oct 22, 2020 | Attention, Emotions at work, Leadership | 1 comment

Research in EI at work has shown that emotional intelligence influences how we interact with our colleagues and manage stress and conflict.

It is also related to job performance and job satisfaction

People with higher EQ scores rate higher on measures of interpersonal functioning, leadership abilities, and stress management.

They have better workplace communication, self management and management of others, problem-solving skills, and relationships.

Higher EI is directly related to resilience – our ability to engage with challenges, sustain performance, rebound quickly from adversity, and learn and grow from our experiences.

People high in emotional intelligence can handle stress, uncertainty, and anxiety much better, and are less likely to suffer burnout or days off due to stress or mental health issues.

For this reason, a workplace high in emotional intelligence is more able to handle change well.

Research show that the flip side is also true:

workplaces with low emotional intelligence are often resistant to change.

Clearly

EI is essential in a business, particularly in these globally challenging times.

The Bottom line of a business depends on a workforce that’s high in EI.

So how are you faring in these challenging times?

How is your team doing?

How could you increase the EI in your business to help you, your people, and your business thrive in these challenging times?

 

 

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