Charlotte Business Journal: Winning at Work
"Work hard," writes Connie Glaser. "Do your best. Know what’s expected. Create value.
Isn't this what we were taught? And since we are smart, capable and doing all the right things, we will get ahead -- right? Well, in today's complex workplace and competitive global marketplace, here is a startling piece of news: it is not enough."
Through coaching, she advises, many are learning the essential ingredients of success.
"The traditional ingredients for a successful career," she writes, "require combining technical and interpersonal skills, along with emotional intelligence. Mix in cultural astuteness, and you've got a recipe for success in today's workplace."
Benjack Glatzer defines culture astuteness as "the ability to get out of your office and your comfort zone, and navigate smoothly through the cultural nuances of your specific company."
And this requires a great deal of emotional intelligence.
The good news is that emotional intelligence (EQ) can be learned. Contact me for more information - email@example.com .