18 min

Episode 49 | Emotional Intelligence - what is it and why it matters‪?‬ Lead To Succeed

    • Management

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is more highly valued by employers than IQ.  We explore what it is and why it's such an important leadership trait.
Callum and I shine a spotlight on emotional intelligence. We discuss what it is and its role in leadership. We review the various aspects of EQ, what it entails and how leaders can exhibit this highly valued trait in order to have positive working relationships, greater returns for the business and lead to higher levels of motivation and happiness in the workplace.


According to Daniel Goleman in his book - Emotional Intelligence, EQ can be learnt whereas our level of IQ remains constant throughout life. So with self-awareness we can increase our quotient of EQ and become empathetic, be better able to manage our emotions, be self-reflecting and as a result create strong relationships and be able to effectively resolve conflict.


We share our own examples of emotional intelligence and its impact at work.


Connect with the podcast hosts


We'd love to hear your feedback or any questions you might like to ask us, if so feel free to get in touch.


Callum Jenkins


Rebecca Jenkins


Find our more


The podcast is sponsored by  RJEN, helping companies to unlock the growth potential in their business.


To find out more contact us at email@rjen.co.uk


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Facebook


Do you want to take your leadership and business to the next stage of success?
If your goal is to grow your business and you're feeling stuck or you'd like to become a more impactful leader, book a complimentary consulting session with business growth specialist Rebecca Jenkins to gain a fresh perspective and clear guidance to reach your goals.


RJEN.online


Rebecca has over 25 years of business growth experience, growing a previous business to over £55 million in sales. Rebecca now helps many other businesses to successfully scale.  


Click here to book your session.


 


Thank you for listening and if you enjoyed it please leave a review and subscribe for more leadership insights or email us at email@RJEN.co.uk with any questions.


 


 


 


 


 


 

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is more highly valued by employers than IQ.  We explore what it is and why it's such an important leadership trait.
Callum and I shine a spotlight on emotional intelligence. We discuss what it is and its role in leadership. We review the various aspects of EQ, what it entails and how leaders can exhibit this highly valued trait in order to have positive working relationships, greater returns for the business and lead to higher levels of motivation and happiness in the workplace.


According to Daniel Goleman in his book - Emotional Intelligence, EQ can be learnt whereas our level of IQ remains constant throughout life. So with self-awareness we can increase our quotient of EQ and become empathetic, be better able to manage our emotions, be self-reflecting and as a result create strong relationships and be able to effectively resolve conflict.


We share our own examples of emotional intelligence and its impact at work.


Connect with the podcast hosts


We'd love to hear your feedback or any questions you might like to ask us, if so feel free to get in touch.


Callum Jenkins


Rebecca Jenkins


Find our more


The podcast is sponsored by  RJEN, helping companies to unlock the growth potential in their business.


To find out more contact us at email@rjen.co.uk


Instagram


Facebook


Do you want to take your leadership and business to the next stage of success?
If your goal is to grow your business and you're feeling stuck or you'd like to become a more impactful leader, book a complimentary consulting session with business growth specialist Rebecca Jenkins to gain a fresh perspective and clear guidance to reach your goals.


RJEN.online


Rebecca has over 25 years of business growth experience, growing a previous business to over £55 million in sales. Rebecca now helps many other businesses to successfully scale.  


Click here to book your session.


 


Thank you for listening and if you enjoyed it please leave a review and subscribe for more leadership insights or email us at email@RJEN.co.uk with any questions.


 


 


 


 


 


 

18 min