Justin Bariso is an Inc.com Columnist and author of EQ Applied, which will be launching this spring. As part of his job as a consultant, he deconstructs the emotional intelligence behind other’s actions.
On this episode, we discuss how emotional intelligence impacts leaders and employees alike; further, we talk about how people can develop emotional intelligence in order to enhance their lives. Join us as we do a deep dive into the importance of emotional intelligence and how to develop a better sense of other people’s needs.
- How he started his consulting business in Germany
- Feedback he receives from readers of his website
- What he writes about and why
- Learning from other’s mistakes
- Adjusting your approach for different countries and people
- Dealing with a manager that never gives positive feedback
- How to “be the change you want to see”
- Fighting emotional triggers
- Three types of empathy
“I define emotional intelligence as making emotions work for you instead of against you.” -Justin Bariso
“It may be different, the way you build trust recruiting…someone that comes from Japan, as opposed to someone that comes from Germany, as opposed to the U.S.” -Justin Bariso
“Just when you think you’re doing good is when you make your biggest mistake.” -Justin Bariso