Sentimental value

Cooper, Robert
April 1998
People Management;4/2/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 7, p48
Focuses on the importance of emotions in personnel management. Role of emotional intelligence (EQ) in management success; Work activities wasted because of mistrust. INSET: Second that emotion. by Jane Pickard.


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