The Management Blog
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When interviewing possible managers to fill an empty position, leaders often assess a person’s overall intelligence (such as their IQ levels) and their industry-specific intelligence.
However, many fail to screen for one vital aspect of their acumen – emotional intelligence.
On one of our courses on Emotional Intelligence, the question came up “Does an Emotionally Intelligent manager ever get angry?”
Do you think being angry shows a weakness on your part? Even if you feel angry, does that mean you should bottle up your emotions and not show any signs of it, so you always come across as calm, collected and rational? Learn More