One of the major challenges facing businesses and leaders today is high pressure and short deadline cultures which result in a continual sense of urgency.
A person with low Emotional Intelligence (EQ) finds it more difficult to communicate confidently and effectively with others, and resolve conflict.
When business leaders look to build their career by furthering themselves and their skill set, coaching in Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is key to maximising development and the achievement of their goals and vision.
It’s not uncommon for teams to face challenges that can have a negative impact on group and individual performance.
As an independent and self-confessed achievement addict, I’d rather stick pins in my eyes than compromise my work or risk disappointing someone.
Some believe that intelligence is a fixed characteristic which we can’t grow or develop. However, recent research into ‘growth mindset’ suggests that academic performance and intelligence can be learned.