March 2016 - People Focus


Emotional intelligence: a soft skill with impact

CIPS 12 April 2016

 

Often referred to as a ‘soft skill’, emotional intelligence is vital to performance and productivity. It refers to the way you manage your personality to be personally and interpersonally effective. While soft skills are sometimes seen as the lighter side of work, your emotional intelligence plays a significant role in your performance in the workplace. Not only that, it impacts on your level of influence, and can have an effect on the organisation’s performance overall. So not to be taken lightly. 

Research has shown that 90% of top performers have strong emotional intelligence skills. CIPS rates these skills highly, with four of the top five skills identified as critical for effective performance directly relating to emotional intelligence – communication, negotiation, influencing and supplier relationship management. 

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Often referred to as a ‘soft skill’, emotional intelligence is vital to performance and productivity. It refers to the way you manage your personality to be personally and interpersonally effective. While soft skills are sometimes seen as the lighter side of work, your emotional intelligence plays a significant role in your performance in the workplace. Not only that, it impacts on your level of influence, and can have an effect on the organisation’s performance overall. So not to be taken lightly. 

Research has shown that 90% of top performers have strong emotional intelligence skills. CIPS rates these skills highly, with four of the top five skills identified as critical for effective performance directly relating to emotional intelligence – communication, negotiation, influencing and supplier relationship management. 

MORE

 

Often referred to as a ‘soft skill’, emotional intelligence is vital to performance and productivity. It refers to the way you manage your personality to be personally and interpersonally effective. While soft skills are sometimes seen as the lighter side of work, your emotional intelligence plays a significant role in your performance in the workplace. Not only that, it impacts on your level of influence, and can have an effect on the organisation’s performance overall. So not to be taken lightly. 

Research has shown that 90% of top performers have strong emotional intelligence skills. CIPS rates these skills highly, with four of the top five skills identified as critical for effective performance directly relating to emotional intelligence – communication, negotiation, influencing and supplier relationship management. 

MORE

 

Often referred to as a ‘soft skill’, emotional intelligence is vital to performance and productivity. It refers to the way you manage your personality to be personally and interpersonally effective. While soft skills are sometimes seen as the lighter side of work, your emotional intelligence plays a significant role in your performance in the workplace. Not only that, it impacts on your level of influence, and can have an effect on the organisation’s performance overall. So not to be taken lightly. 

Research has shown that 90% of top performers have strong emotional intelligence skills. CIPS rates these skills highly, with four of the top five skills identified as critical for effective performance directly relating to emotional intelligence – communication, negotiation, influencing and supplier relationship management. 

MORE

 

Often referred to as a ‘soft skill’, emotional intelligence is vital to performance and productivity. It refers to the way you manage your personality to be personally and interpersonally effective. While soft skills are sometimes seen as the lighter side of work, your emotional intelligence plays a significant role in your performance in the workplace. Not only that, it impacts on your level of influence, and can have an effect on the organisation’s performance overall. So not to be taken lightly. 

Research has shown that 90% of top performers have strong emotional intelligence skills. CIPS rates these skills highly, with four of the top five skills identified as critical for effective performance directly relating to emotional intelligence – communication, negotiation, influencing and supplier relationship management. 

MORE

 

Often referred to as a ‘soft skill’, emotional intelligence is vital to performance and productivity. It refers to the way you manage your personality to be personally and interpersonally effective. While soft skills are sometimes seen as the lighter side of work, your emotional intelligence plays a significant role in your performance in the workplace. Not only that, it impacts on your level of influence, and can have an effect on the organisation’s performance overall. So not to be taken lightly. 

Research has shown that 90% of top performers have strong emotional intelligence skills. CIPS rates these skills highly, with four of the top five skills identified as critical for effective performance directly relating to emotional intelligence – communication, negotiation, influencing and supplier relationship management. 

MORE

Often referred to as a ‘soft skill’, emotional intelligence is vital to performance and productivity. It refers to the way you manage your personality to be personally and interpersonally effective. While soft skills are sometimes seen as the lighter side of work, your emotional intelligence plays a significant role in your performance in the workplace. Not only that, it impacts on your level of influence, and can have an effect on the organisation’s performance overall. So not to be taken lightly. 

Research has shown that 90% of top performers have strong emotional intelligence skills. CIPS rates these skills highly, with four of the top five skills identified as critical for effective performance directly relating to emotional intelligence – communication, negotiation, influencing and supplier relationship management. 

MORE

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