Leaders needs EI to succeed

Emotional Intelligence’

Definition: Emotional intelligence refers to a person’s ability to manage and control his or her emotions and possess the ability to control the feelings of others as well. In other words, they can influence the attitudes of other people also. 

Description: Emotional intelligence is an essential skill in leadership. It is said to have five main elements: self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills. 

Let’s understand each one of them in detail. What is self-awareness? If you are self-aware of what you are going through, you would be in a better position to understand others and affect people around you. It also means you are aware of your strengths as well as weaknesses. When you experience anger, hold that moment and think about what made you so angry. Keeping a journal always helps. 

What is self-regulation? Self-regulation is the next step wherein you think before speaking. It is an important aspect where you can regulate yourself. This will positively impact others rather than negatively. Hold yourself accountable in case you make a mistake, and try to remain calm in every situation. 

What is motivation? When you are motivated to do a series of tasks, you will be in a better position to influence others. Work towards your goals consistently. Show your employees how the work is done and lead by example. Even if you are faced with a challenge, try and find something good about the situation. 

What is empathy? When you can put yourself in other’s shoes and think about a situation, it is known as empathy. Every successful leader should know how to empathize with others if you want to earn their respect. 

What are social skills? The last aspect is social skills, and it is one of the crucial elements. Social skills are all about communicating your point of view. They can build rapport with others, which makes the relationship more comfortable.

Autore: Fabio Iacobini

Cogito Ergo Sum I am a young man with plenty of determination and motivation. After high school in my village, I decided to move to the university of law in Sassari. After two years, I realized that it was not for me, and I went to London to improve my English and make a new job and life experience. It was great working in the best hotels and restaurants in Central London (Mayfair and Knightsbridge ). I started reading a lot making myself curious about the World and the People. Journalism, soon became my passion for sharing my idea and knowledge to the most famous and richest customers in London. I come back to Italy to spread my knowledge to my family and friends. For the next future, I see my self successful Blogging and in Hospitality with the passion of theatre. I hope to meet all of you, signing an autograph and shaking hands-off in a sign of respect. All the best of luck Yours, Fabio

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