Developing Emotional Intelligence

Duration : 2-4 days

Do you know what is the difference between a performer and a star performer? According to Daniel Goldman, father of ‘Emotional Intelligence’ has stated that approximately 80% of success is due to emotional intelligence making EQ more important than IQ. The good news is that emotional quotient unlike IQ can be increased throughout the life. Thus, it becomes imperative for all personnel to work on their Emotional Quotient (EQ) by adopting strategies to enhance self and social competencies.


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