8 May, 2019
Often in work, teams are thrown together based on experience and knowledge but little thought is actually placed on how the team will work together(or if they can work together!). Yes they have the ability to complete their individual tasks separately but how is the dynamic of the team impacting the results?
When emotional intelligence (EQ) first appeared to the masses in 1995, it served as the missing link between personality and IQ and helped explained how people with average IQs outperformed those with the highest IQs the majority of the time. Critically, those with high levels of EQ had the ability to overcome their IQ and personality shortfalls to become star performers and set themselves above the rest of the pack.
While personality and IQ can only marginally change over your lifetime (most research shows that these factors can only change by 1% over a lifetime), EQ can be developed over time.
The first 20 people to contact us will receive a free hard copy of “Getting out of the Dog House’ – a 70 page parable which highlights how different personalities and team members can work together to get out of the dog house!
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