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By Daniel Goleman, Co-Director of Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations
So you know how to tie a tie, but do you work well on a team? Communicate effectively? Adapt well to change?
Technical skills are important when it comes to hunting for jobs but according to Dr. Goleman emotional intelligence skills are more important than ever. Knowing the basics: how to write a resume, dress appropriately, and do well in an interview will only get you part of the way. To truly be successful you’ll have to demonstrate your ability to interact well with others.
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