How to Develop and Apply Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

By Chrystie Watson — Founder, Learn Leadership | 7 Feb 2020

The first step in developing emotional intelligence (EQ) in the workplace is acknowledging the underlying human principles in every business transaction and interaction. 

Profound developments can be realised when focus is shifted from productivity to humanity. Chris Phillips, CEO of Grey Matta Solutions, shares his experience with a client grappling with negative team dynamics affecting productivity:

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