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April 2012

Hi Todd,

People are always trying to figure out what makes a great leader. Is it intelligence, is it experience, or is it something else?

Ever since the term "Emotional Intelligence" was first introduced to the business world, experts have been trying to decide how important it is to management success. For quite some time, there's been a myth that it's more important than almost anything else. And a whole industry of specialists want to teach it to you.

We're here to make it easy for you. In this month's newsletter, we "bust" the myths about emotional intelligence:

  • How important is it to management success?
  • How can you use it to get the most from your employees?

Best regards,

Alisa Torlai
PrideStaff - Modesto
www.pridestaff.com

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INNOVATIVE IDEAS:

Brains vs. Feelings: Is IQ or EQ More Important In Management

Emotional Intelligence (EI). Emotional Quotient (EQ). What do they mean? And are they more important than IQ in predicting success?

Emotional Intelligence (EI). Emotional Quotient (EQ). What do they mean? And are they more important than IQ in predicting success?

Find out how in this Innovative Idea.
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BEST PRACTICES

Top 3 Trends in Employee Recognition You Need to Know.

Top 3 Trends in Employee Recognition You Need to Know
The days of the carrot on the stick or even the pat on the back are long over. If you're looking for new ways to motivate and retain your employees, here are the top three that everyone in HR needs to know in 2012...

Find out how to solve this problem without fuss in this month's Best Practice...
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