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Emotional intelligence: why it should be on your interview checklist

Glen Baxter

If you want to build great teams, you need people who can read people

“Building up a team of emotionally intelligent employees can have a surprisingly powerful impact on your company’s overall performance,” claims CEO Jason Demers, writing for Entrepreneur.

Your company needs emotionally intelligent employees to foster positive relationships with both clients and staff, and to spot and troubleshoot potential sources of conflict early.

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Source Article: Five Reasons You Need Emotionally Intelligent Employees
Author(s): Jason Demers
Publisher: Entrepreneur