As a recent graduate about to enter the world of professional responsibility, you’ve spent the last four years attaining the knowledge and the technical “know-how” to land a good job. What schools often fail to tell you, is that your own emotional intelligence (EQ) — how well you create and manage effective relationships with others — is often the most important factor in both job success and personal happiness.
The most successful people are often those who take inventory of their “soft skills” and work to improve those that may need some fine-tuning. Learn more about your emotional intelligence here.
– Amy Ballard, M.Ed, LPC, Chenal Family Therapy