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Emotional intelligence

Emotional intelligence | 23 Jul. 2020
At work and in your day-to-day lives: let’s be resilient!

Reslience refers to some individuals’ capacity to overcome a painful or difficult experience and to bounce back, sometimes accompanied by a change of perspective. This skill, very useful in a time of crisis, can be cultivated and developed.

Emotional intelligence | 20 Jul. 2020
The three keys to developing social intelligence

Interpersonal skills are now some of the most in-demand attributes in business, especially when it comes to managers. This quality, which for some people can be intuitive, can, fortunately, be learned quite easily but requires the right mentality.

Emotional intelligence | 20 Jul. 2020
The three keys to developing social intelligence

Interpersonal skills are now some of the most in-demand attributes in business, especially when it comes to managers. This quality, which for some people can be intuitive, can, fortunately, be learned quite easily but requires the right mentality.

Emotional intelligence | 17 Jul. 2019
How to recognize and develop the 3 key soft skills at work

Having professional skills is one thing, knowing how to manage your emotions and relationships with colleagues in the workplace is quite another. Indeed, it isn’t in the interest of a company to recruit a candidate that nobody likes to work with, but looks great on paper. So, what are the soft skills important in a professional setting? The 3 essential soft skills at work

Emotional intelligence | 26 Jun. 2019
What Makes an International Top Manager Superb: New Key Success Factors!

It is believed that a clear diction, a well-posed voice, strong energy, high-stress tolerance, the gift of persuasion, and inexhaustible motivation are the basic skills of a true leader. However, our world does not stand still, which means that the demand for competencies that are sought-after among leaders is changing.

HR Advice Category | 05 Jun. 2019
Superpower in the Workplace: Empathy

How would you describe a superpower in the workplace? Words such as “inspirational,” “influential” and “powerful” would come to mind, but you would rarely think of “empathetic.” Empathy is a skill which is often overlooked in the workplace. Determined by Frans de Waal as the “social glue that holds human society together,” empathy refers to the awareness of one’s own and other people’s feelings, needs and concerns.

Emotional intelligence | 29 Apr. 2019
Burn-out, bore-out, brown-out: what is the impact on employee engagement?

After burn-out (being overworked) and bore-out (being bored at work), two researchers have explored the idea of another workplace anxiety: brown-out (loss of meaning). In exploring this phenomenon, Deloitte conducted a study in December 2017, which revealed that in France, more than one in two employees (55%) believe that, over time, less meaning is to be found at work.