Women And Careers: Tapping On Good Emotions

Sep 22, 2015 1 Min Read

Women are often said to be more emotional than men. Truth is, both men and women are emotional beings. The difference is that women tend to express their emotions more readily, while men often suppress theirs.

How can women transform emotions into emotional intelligence?

Emotions are not necessarily bad. In fact, women are more sensitive in picking up people’s emotions and can turn around a situation pretty quickly. That also makes women more people-oriented than men who are often very task-oriented.

Let’s learn to practise positive emotions rather than the negative ones!

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