Director & Managing Editor, Naomi Caietti Consulting
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Recent research shows it’s not your education or intelligence quotient (IQ) that predict success, but rather emotional intelligence abilities. No surprise that emotional Intelligence (EQ) is a key tenet of the Project Management Institute’s Talent Triangle® — an essential skillset for guiding and motivating teams and organizational strategies. The good news is that emotional intelligence can be learned and improved with practice.
What makes an emotionally intelligent project manager? Emotional intelligence predicts people’s ability to control their emotions, manage other people, and achieve success. Daniel Goleman —a leading psychologist and bestselling