Raise Your Game: Rising Above Your Own Emotions

Nov 22, 2015 1 Min Read
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Contrary to popular belief, emotions are good if you turn them into emotional intelligence (EQ) and manage them well.

Stereotypically, women are known for being emotional, reactive and unstable. But to their advantage, women has higher emotional intelligence if they know how to manage it appropriately.

Jermaine Bee from Leaderonomics gives us more insights on women, emotions and EQ.

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If you would like know more about emotional intelligence and how to manage emotions in your organisation, email us at training@leaderonomics.com.

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