Emotional intelligence

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Skills – The future is social and emotional

The most in-demand skills for today’s and tomorrow’s labour market aren’t technical—they’re social and emotional. This report looks at how to make social and emotional skills training and development more effective and accessible for all. Document Highlights The changing nature of work is increasing the demand not only for technical skills but for social and … Continue reading

Emotional Intelligence – 7 interview questions

Here are seven interview questions that can draw revealing answers from the job candidates you interview — and get you on your way to finding employees with stellar emotional intelligence. 1. Who inspires you and why? The job candidate’s answer often gives the interviewer a peek into who the interviewee models him or herself after. … Continue reading

Emotional intelligence | Increasingly Valued by Employers

Emotional intelligence is essential for customer-facing roles and employers are increasingly seeking candidates who show such skills. This is particularly true for roles that will involve working in a team, which covers the majority of graduate jobs. Emotional intelligence is all about understanding what might be going through someone else’s head, without them having to … Continue reading

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