As a leading voice in the assessment solutions/talent management industry, TTI Success Insights explores common issues affecting people across all levels of business today. Blog topics seek to address solutions to real-world problems and challenges people face on a daily basis when it comes to topics such as hiring, organizational development, coaching, leadership, motivation, goal setting, behavior-style identification and emotional intelligence, to name just a few.
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Have you ever wondered if there is a secret formula for being successful? Why is it that some people seem to have a Midas touch while others struggle to get by? A recent study of 200 highly successful people may shed some light on that answer.
Much in the way that a band may enjoy nothing more than a cult-following before being thrust into mainstream stardom with a hit record, there was a time when EQ was generally unknown and often misunderstood. The select few who did understand the importance of EQ were small in numbers and their beliefs and management tactics may have been considered against the grain by mainstream's thinkers of the time. Not anymore.
Business is no longer business as usual. In fact, those who don’t embrace change in the modern workplace run the risk of becoming yesterday’s news. Today, the organization needs to be working in unison, aligned with a strategic plan that has the buy-in from all members of the team, regardless of position.
Soft skills can definitely be developed, though they require a unique learning approach. It all starts with getting to know yourself, such as how you tend to do things, what drives you, and how you respond to feedback. With a fair amount of introspection, some patience and a will to improve, you can develop soft skills which can help bring out the best in all of those hard skills you’ve learned over the years.
Today’s workers have different wants and needs compared to those of previous generations. Security and predictability have given way to preferences for flexibility, culture fit and a people-first focus.