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Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence

What behaviour change is necessary for emotional intelligence? How should managers decide who to hire, fire and promote?

This 44 minute audioessay may help explain why.

 

mp3 download: orgnot.com/emotional-intelligence-download

 

sources:

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