EQ vs IQ

EQ - IQ - SQ If you want to get a dream job, not only the highest grade point average is required. There is one thing more important than that: your attitude.

Based on a survey conducted site CareerBuilder, 71 percent of HR managers stated putting emotional intelligence and attitudes - including on how it controls the emotions and making friends - rather than on IQ (intelligence quotient) alone. someone with EQ (emotional quotient) are considered more capable of high self-control and able to work under pressure than those who only rely on high IQ

"Competence and intelligence techniques is important for each worker, but more importantly the interpersonal skills," said Rosemary Haefner, vice president of human resources at CareerBuilder. "In difficult economic conditions, the boss wants to work with people who can make decisions effectively in a stressful situation," he said.