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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE THE KEY TO EMPLOYEE RETENTION


With high employee turnover still an ever present need in workplaces, we are discussing how a manager's emotional intelligence can play a key part in retaining employees and helping them thrive.

 
EMOTIONALLY INTELLIGENT LEADERSHIP

"A recent survey of 3,400 workers across 10 countries found that managers have a greater impact on employees' mental health than their therapist or doctor—and a comparable effect as their partner or spouse. That's a substantial weight for leaders to carry! Leaders with high levels of emotional intelligence are better equipped to create a positive and supportive work environment, which can improve employee well-being and mental health.


Research has also shown that employees with emotionally intelligent managers are far more likely to stay at their jobs. This is a significant statistic, given the difficulty of finding good talent in the current labor market." Learn more


THE ROLE OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF ENGAGING A REMOTE WORKFORCE

"Like a compass guiding a ship through uncharted waters, emotional intelligence (EI) is a crucial navigational tool for organizations sailing through remote work.


With remote work projected to constitute 22% of the global workforce by 2025 (Upwork), nurturing emotional intelligence has become essential for businesses seeking to maintain a motivated and loyal remote workforce. This article delves into the profound impact of emotional intelligence on remote employee engagement and retention, exploring strategies to cultivate EI competencies within virtual teams and fostering a supportive remote work culture that centers around human connection." Learn more


WHY IT MATTERS

"Emotional intelligence (EQ) is an essential skill for HR leaders. As leaders in the workplace, HR professionals must be able to connect with employees on a personal level and understand their emotional needs.

In this rapidly changing business environment, HR professionals are faced with complex challenges such as managing diverse teams, building inclusive cultures, and managing organizational change. The ability to navigate these challenges requires more than just technical expertise; it also requires emotional intelligence. This article will explore the importance of EQ in leadership development. We will examine how EQ enables HR leaders to build trust and empathy with employees through self-awareness, manage conflict effectively, promote diversity and inclusion, support employee well-being, enhance recruitment and retention efforts, and develop their own leadership skills." Learn more

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