Keys to enhancing your emotional intelligence

January 2009
Pharmaceutical Representative;Jan2009, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p20
The article discusses the keys to enhance one's emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence should be assessed to become familiar with one's strengths and limitations while self-awareness should be enhanced to be aware of behavior in stressful situations. One should also concentrate on their energy and emotion to control possible frustration.


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