Can the confidence you hold from your past successes lead to a misstep in your current endeavors?
The millennial workforce has been the subject of thousands of articles, books, and more for the past decade. Even so, companies’ shifts toward effective attraction
Suzie, a rising star sales rep in her company, exits Damien’s corner office. As regional sales manager, Damien is known for hitting his numbers and
Regarded as the foundation of emotional intelligence, emotional self-awareness is a leader’s capacity to understand his or her emotions, the behaviors that emerge from them, how they affect one’s performance, and how others’ perceive them as a result.
Although high IQ makes leaders smart, high emotional intelligence (EI) makes leaders great. An effective leader with high EI can navigate the complexities of the market and the emotions of themselves, their teams, and their customers.
Leaders who “check their blind spots” position themselves for success by knowing what competencies they possess, how those relate to the success of the company, and how others around them—peers, direct reports, customers, etc.—perceive their day-to-day effectiveness. In other words, a 360-feedback survey is a professional development, “How’s my driving?” sticker.