Monday, May 24, 2010

Emotional Intelligence at Work

EQ is arguably of equal, if not greater, importance to intelligence when it comes to achieving career success. An emotionally intelligent individual doesn't encounter difficulty understanding his own emotions and also the feelings of the others around him. Need we say more?

Offices are very social places. Office politics is a force to be reckoned with, not to mention, most bosses like to play social games with their employees. For someone aiming to achieve success, it's imperative to develop a better understanding of EQ and how being emotionally intelligent can escort one to glory lane.

We in Singapore knows this. We want you to get you in touch with your EQ focals; we're offering you these seminars, through The good news here is, JobsDB's training and development arm will be having two this June.

Communications guru, Leslie Choudhury is scheduled to talk about EQ on June 11. Emotional Intelligence at Work will guide you through the five core competencies of EQ and show you how to develop meaningful relationships with everyone. Those with jobs that require good communications skills, e.g. managers, clerical staff, call centre agents, receptionists, secretaries, are encouraged to attend. For more information, please proceed to

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in Challenging Times with Ricky Lien is scheduled to take place on June 16, on the other hand. It will use key modules of EQ that will help you manage your emotions and relations better. More details about the seminar can be found @

Being emotionally intelligent means being able to control one's emotions and deal with all types of people. Professional speaker, Christian Chua will be having Dealing with Difficult People and Situations on July 8. In this experiential seminar, Christian will inspire you to adapt your attitude and behaviour so that you bring out the best in everyone. For more information, please click here:

It goes without saying, we want you to attend all three. For enquiries, please contact at 6861 1000 or email to Singapore
Singapore's finest resource for jobs

Looking for a job? We have job openings @ For career advice, please proceed to our career resources section @