January 11, 2022
Emotional intelligence usually receives the unfair tag of metaphysical woo-woo, but actually, there is science behind its concept, and it is a teachable skill. A first step into understanding how it works is realizing many things happen in our brains that we are unaware of, and we have no control over that directly impact almost everything we do.
To talk about the importance of emotional intelligence and its implications in our personal and professional lives is Debbie Muno, Managing Director of Genos North America.
Our conversation revolves around the direct link between how people feel and how they perform at work. We delve into the influence, positive or negative, people can have in our personal and professional lives and what we can do, as leaders, to improve our communication skills. Using simple words and uncomplicated concepts, Debbie explained the main ideas behind emotional intelligence and how it impacts productivity, hiring and retention rates, and personal development.
Tune in to episode 11 of Maximum Octane and dive deep into emotional intelligence’s fascinating space, and learn how to use it to improve your and your teams’ experiences at work.