Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Emotional Intelligence is in the news more all the time. Those of us who were early adopters know why. With the economy in the shape it's in, there is more stress for everyone AND there is more competition for the jobs that are available. As we've said all along, if two people have equal intelligence, skills, and experience, which one is going to get hired?
The answer: The one YOU would want to work with.
Which means the one with the higher emotional intelligence.
Let me help you improve yours. Here are some of the complaints that HR people have when they interview candidates:
** They act like a robot.
** She got hysterical just in an interview session.
** She got so nervous when I asked her questions, I wondered how she would make it through the interview.
** Even with simple questions, he got defensive. I couldn't imagine asking our employees to work with him.
** He was abrasive. I would not ask one of our managers to have him in their department.
** Looked good on paper. In person she was just plain out annoying.
Email me for coaching at firstname.lastname@example.org and let's get started. This tight market means you need help with stress AND with interview techniques. Let's say personality, and emotional intelligence.