By Jenai M. Brackett, Frost Brown Todd LLC
Do you have the “X Factor” for success? Do you even know what the “X Factor” is? According to this article, emotional intelligence is the X-Factor and can be extremely valuable in law practice and to your leadership style. The article outlines key competencies to becoming emotionally intelligent: self-awareness, self-management, empathy and relationship skills. It is a great read and reminds us that “leaders are not always born,” but “they can rezoom if they understand and embrace their emotional intelligence.”
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