Cultivate@Work: How emotional intelligence impacts relationships


By Morag Barrett on October 11, 2016

Posted by Morag Barrett | October 11, 2016Cultivate@Work: How emotional intelligence impacts relationshipsWelcome to the Cultivate@Work Roundup. We scour the Internet for stories and ideas of how people cultivate winning relationships at work and share them in this summary. It’s perfect for anyone interested in applying the ideas and techniques from Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships by SkyeTeam CEO Morag Barrett.Want more? Then sign up for the Cultivate@Work Field Guide where you will discover articles, downloadable resources, videos, podcasts and more, all designed to help you to cultivate professional relationships at work.Meaningful confrontation is never easy but conflict is often necessary. The good news is that while confrontation is almost never your first choice, you can become better and more comfortable with necessary conflict. Overcome Your Fear of Confrontation and ConflictThink you work with a bully? Do you regularly feel intimidated, dread to work anywhere near a particular coworker, or you’re yelled at, insulted, and put down? Does a coworker talk over you at meetings, criticize your performance, or steal credit for your work? If you answer yes to these questions, chances are good that you’re one of 54 million Americans, who have been attacked by a bully at workDifficult people do exist at work. Difficult people come in every variety and no workplace is without them. How difficult a person is for you to deal with depends on your self-esteem, your self-confidence and your professional courage.The most important relationship you have, and how to improve it! Rise Above the Fray: Dealing With Difficult People at WorkSpecial Announcement!Thanks for reading! The Cultivate@Work community is now live! Join us today to read more articles, listen to podcasts and download tools and resources that bring Cultivate to life. Use coupon code founder 2016 for a special offer!We’re changing how work gets done, one conversation, and one relationship at a time.Related ArticlesTags »cultivate@workEmotional Intelligence Share
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