The reason you should invest in emotional intelligence
Emotional intelligence, the most important skill of this year until 2025 according to the World Economic Forum, is being openly shared with anyone who would like to unlock the better or best version of themselves as we navigate from surviving through thriving in this new normal.
Yuval Noah Harari, an Israeli public intellectual, historian, professor in the Department of History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and author of the popular science bestsellers Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow, and 21 Lessons for the 21st Century also promotes emotional intelligence.
These are his words: “I think the most important thing is to invest in emotional intelligence and mental balance, because the hardest challenges will be psychological. Even if there is a new job, and even if you get support from the government to kind of retrain yourself, you need a lot of mental flexibility to manage these transitions.”
Another excerpt from the article: “And a weapon you will have [is] the psychological flexibility to go through this transition at age 30, and 40, and 50, and 60. The most important investment that people can make is not to learn a particular skill—’I’ll learn how to code computers’ or ‘I will learn Chinese’ or something like that. No, the most important investment is really in building this more flexible mind or personality.”
That’s why it’s time to share and sharpen your emotional intelligence learning by joining our pool of emotional intelligence coachees as we promote a new service Emovation is offering—the Emotionally Intelligent Coaching for Every Juan.
What’s in it for you?
Your very own Genos Emotional Intelligence Workplace Behavior Self Assessment Report
Three one-hour program sessions with Genos-certified EI practitioners
A one-year development plan
Hone your emotional intelligence skills
Be a better version of yourself
Reach your goals