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Smart hiring managers know that emotional Intelligence (EQ) is a key indicator of success. What they don't know is how best to spot it. Author Adele Lynn gives readers the skills and understanding they need to assess candidates' emotional intelligence and ensure they're the right fit for the job. The EQ Interview does this by explaining the five key areas of emotional intelligence and how these competencies enhance job performance, and then then arming interviewers with more than 250 behavior-based questions specially formulated to help determine how applicants have exhibited and leveraged…mehr

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Smart hiring managers know that emotional Intelligence (EQ) is a key indicator of success. What they don't know is how best to spot it. Author Adele Lynn gives readers the skills and understanding they need to assess candidates' emotional intelligence and ensure they're the right fit for the job. The EQ Interview does this by explaining the five key areas of emotional intelligence and how these competencies enhance job performance, and then then arming interviewers with more than 250 behavior-based questions specially formulated to help determine how applicants have exhibited and leveraged their EQ skills in the past. Readers will learn how they can analyze and interpret answers to predict future success, and even how to spot "EQ frauds" to avoid costly hiring mistakes. Filled with insightful examples and useful bonus resources providing more in-dept information on emotional intelligence competencies, The EQ Interview shows how go beyond evaluating job qualifications to consider the fundamental value of emotional intelligence.
Autorenporträt
Adele B. Lynn is the founder and owner of The Adele Lynn Leadership Group, an international consulting and training firm whose clients include many Fortune 500 companies. Her business focuses on helping organizations strengthen productivity and quality through improvements in emotional intelligence and workplace trust. Her previous books include Quick Emotional Intelligence Activities for Busy Managers, The Emotional Intelligence Activity Book and The EQ Difference.