The value of Emotionally Intelligent workers in organisations
As our economy has changed over the last 50 years, Emotional Intelligence has become a highly valued trait in almost every role in businesses, particularly in leadership roles.
In this new digital age of extensive information, a range of experts are now required to find the best solution to a problem, and it is essential for people to be able to combine their knowledge and work together.
This economic change has increased the necessity for Emotionally Intelligent workers, or ‘relationship workers’, people who know how to work collaboratively and effectively with others to achieve success in organisations.
Watch the video below to hear Dr Martyn Newman's thoughts on this philosophy and the growing demand in new generations for a more responsible form of capitalism - Emotional Capitalism.