10 Ways Leaders Can Maintain and Improve Emotional Intelligence While Working From Home

As we continue to work from home in order to stay safe and healthy, executives and employers are likely considering some type of remote work to be a practice that will remain long past the end of the pandemic. We’ll likely see more positions go fully remote or hybrid now that we have structures in place to support such work. 

After all that 2020 has thrown at us, one thing is clear: It’s crucial (now more than ever before) to cultivate leadership teams that have a solid understanding of how their emotions and actions will affect that of their team members. Managers and supervisors will need to hone their own emotional intelligence and promote this essential skill within their workplaces to work towards collective healing and recovery brought on by the pandemic. 

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