There is an image of the aging generation (over 60) being unhappy, grumpy and unproductive. This image may be false
Do managers and their employees have same perceptions about the causes of stress? Apparently not.
Human beings are social animals . We spend most of our lives with others in groups. And our intelligence sets us apart from others animal species. Leaders in organizations focus a great deal on factors that will improve productivity and its impact on the bottom line, but usually that takes the form of looking at marketing, sales, financial structures and organizational issues. It rarely takes the form of looking at social interaction among people in the organization.
Emotional intelligence is a strong predictor of job performance, according to a new study conducted at Virginia Commonwealth University that helps settle the ongoing debate in a much-disputed area of research.
“How you think and feel emotionally can contribute to your physical health and well-being — it’s just that simple. The list of scientific studies demonstrating that point comes from diverse fields of study including medicine, neuroscience, immunology, genetics, psychiatry and psychology.