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What Is A Manager’s Secret To Being Emotionally Intelligent?

It turns out that managers can become more likable if we learn how to ask questions Image Credit: Aritra Sen As managers, we are under a great deal of pressure to use our manager skills to find ways to get the most out of our teams. We can try a lot of different techniques; however, all too often we get the same results – nothing changes. The good news for us is that it turns out that if we want to create more open relationships with the members of our team all we have to do is to learn how...
Tags: Leadership, Learning, Careers, Questions, Emotional Intelligence, Trusted, Open, Don, Jim Anderson, Emotionally Intelligent, Interpersonal Relationships, Keep It Simple, Likable, Aritra Sen As


Seeking a Question to Boost Your Negotiations and Sales Results?

Wouldn’t it be nice if there was just one question that could boost your negotiations and sales results? No longer would you have to remember all those other opened ended sales questions that have you so focused on remembering what to say next, you lose sight of the desired end result – successfully negotiating or closing the sale. In a conversation with one of my colleagues, Viveka von Rosen, she shared how this article, Women Make 87 Cents on the Dollar! Seriously? at LinkedIn was creating a ...
Tags: Sales, Linkedin, Sales Training, Sales Results, Viveka Von Rosen, Sales Conversation, Emotionally Intelligent, Open Ended Sales Questions, Negotiations And Sales, Sales Prospect, Tammy Kohl, Resource Associates Corp


Are These Words Hurting Your Sales Conversations?

Words are powerful. Words can make a break a sale. So what words are hurting your sales conversations? Credit www.pixabay.com One of the most damaging words is “need.”  This word implies judgement and suggests potential incompetence on the part of the sales lead.  What is even worse most sales training focuses on “needs” and “wants” and reinforces this word within the salesperson. Sales Coaching Tip: The word “need” fails to be emotionally intelligent. Then how about the word “think?” Here is...
Tags: Sales, Sales Process, Sales Success, Sales Communication, Theory of Self Determination, Sales Lead, Emotionally Intelligent


10 Telling Signs You’re an Emotionally Intelligent Person

Emotionally intelligent people are the best people. Emotionally intelligent people are the advice-givers amongst their group of friends. Do you have a friend who seems to know what you’re feeling before you’ve verbalized it? This friend is emotionally intelligent. There are many of those people in the world. They are the healers, the untrained therapists among friends. “Oh, ask Stacy. She always knows what to do.” Stacy is emotionally intelligent. That’s why she knows what your boyfriend is thi...
Tags: Friendship, Support, Communication, Therapy, Personality, Insight, Feelings, Emotions, Behavior, Assumptions, Reasons, Yourtango, Don, Stacy, Congrats, emotional IQ