The term 'emotional intelligence' became widely known in the early 90s and is defined as the ability to monitor one's own and other people's emotions, to recognize different emotions, to label emotions accurately, and to use emotional information to make decisions regarding thoughts and behaviors.
We all know that stress is, unfortunately, a part of life. However, learning how to handle stress and becoming more resilient to it can mean the difference between keeping your cool and coping with work pressures, and blowing it and your job in the process. But how can you work on your resilience?
If you're applying for or advertising employment opportunities, you may have heard of the relatively new trend in recruitment: situational judgment tests.
In today's world of frequent, fast-paced changes and high workloads, self-management is a key skill that can greatly improve job and life satisfaction.
Aptitude tests can provide insights into a person's talents and strengths, as well as highlighting some of their weaknesses. Aptitude tests not only focus on an employee's past experience, but also shed light on a candidate's ability to perform a given task.
Organizations must use their time effectively in order to perform optimally. At the very core of time management is the mastery of key organizational skills which allow employees to maximize the allocated time for a task, a project, or a general job.
One of the new challenges of many organizations in the recent years is the necessity to become adaptive despite years, or even decades, of routine.
The style of leadership is the leader's way of implementing their plans, achieving their goals, and completing tasks, while providing various degrees of direction and motivation to the workforce.
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