In today's fast-paced and competitive business landscape, effective leadership is not solely about technical expertise and strategic thinking. It also requires a high degree of emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence, particularly when honed through training, empowers leaders to navigate complex interpersonal dynamics, foster meaningful connections, and inspire their teams.
In episode one of the EI Sunday Supplement by HR Gazette, we explore why self-awareness is essential to effective leadership and how it can positively influence performance, engagement, and overall success. Listen as we explore the profound benefits of emotional intelligence training for business leaders and how it can enhance their effectiveness, drive employee engagement, and lead to organizational success.
More About Self-Awareness
A key component of emotional intelligence is self-awareness - the art of being aware of the behavior we demonstrate, our strengths and limitations, and the impact we have on others.
Leaders with high emotional self-awareness are characterized as present, rather than disconnected, both from themselves and from others.
Learn more by listening to this episode with Debbie Muno and Bill Banham.
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