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Mon October 3, 2011
In the era of Facebook and Twitter – one TMI update or insensitive comment could have lasting consequences. Join Dr. Bruce Liese and guest host Bill Anderson today for a look at a kind of intelligence that has nothing to do with your IQ, but everything to do with success in your relationships and career – your emotional intelligence.
Luckily even if you aren't in tune with your emotional intelligence, you can learn to adapt. Dr. Liese says:
Those who don’t have that high level of emotional intelligence misread feedback--they feel like they’re criticized or attacked. But if a person can break through that shell, that resistance, then people can learn a lots of things about being emotionally intelligent.
Learn the tips and tricks to navigating social minefields and building your skills on today's Central Standard.