Listen to the podcast on Emotional Intelligence and Employee Engagement on Cliff Central – future CEOs
Gareth Armstrong and Hlubi Mboya do this every week by pulling together a expert panel that includes CEOs, thought leaders, industry experts, and other movers and shakers, to discuss topics and issues that are facing those pushing for CEO status.
Participants: Michelle Moss (Director of Talent Africa), Gareth Armstrong (host), Richard Riche (CEO of One Clear Message), Hlubi Mboya (Host) and Riaan Steenberg (Director at Regency’s Business School).
Effective emotional management helps us communicate more effectively, reduce stress, empathise with others and defuse conflict. Effective management enables us to recognise our own (or others) emotional state and engage with others in a positive manner. This understanding of emotions helps us form healthier relationships, relate better to others, achieve greater work success, and lead a more fulfilling life.
Engagement of staff comes down to relationships within an organisation. Levels of Engagement directly affects staff, customers and profitability. In fact employee engagement is a leading indicator in financial performance. In the best and most successful organisations, Engagement is a strategic foundation shaping the way they do business, far more than just a human resources initiative.
Podcast on Emotional Intelligence and Employee Engagement
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