Tag: Emotional

How To Provoke an Emotional Response With Recruitment Emails

Sometimes recruitment email marketing can feel like a lottery. You spend hours finessing the perfect email, hit send and then…nothing. Tumbleweed and zero response from your audience. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Studies show that when done right, email marketing is 40 times more effective than Facebook and Twitter combined. So how can you leverage candidate marketing emails to improve talent…

The Power of Emotional Resiliency on Workforce Performance

The evolving crisis we find ourselves in causes feelings of uncertainty, which can manifest into stress, anxiety, and fear. A world-wide public health catastrophe unlike anything we’ve experienced coupled with an associated economic downturn, makes operational and personal resiliency more important than ever.  A recent @CNBC live stream, “Leadership and Management Amid Crisis,” sponsored by Workday, included a mental-health focused session on building resiliency…

How to Help Managers Develop Their Emotional Intelligence

Although it’s now widely accepted that emotional intelligence (EI) is vital for managers, people still tend to assume that two of the most fundamental EI competencies, self-awareness and empathy, are deeply ingrained and not amenable to change. The idea is that we all have a certain level of each by the time we are adults, and that’s that.

3 Questions to Evaluate a Candidate’s Emotional Intelligence

When looking to fill an open position, a lot of factors go into the screening process for the perfect candidate. You want someone who has relevant experience; an acceptable number of years in the field; a solid work history; and, the skills you’re looking for. But the most often overlooked, and arguably most important, factor you should be looking for is emotional intelligence.

Emotional Intelligence Is Not Just For Leaders

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) isn’t something that can be taught or trained, which is why it’s such a vital competency for the employees within your organization to have. The term EQ has been tossed around the HR space for the past few years, but in case you need a refresher, emotional intelligence is defined as “the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s…