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International Consultant, Executive Coach and Human Development Expert
Sarah Richson (MBA, MCIPD, AOEC, MIHRM) started her career as an Executive Personal Assistant but transformed her career path through her passion for people, to become one of the world’s top human development thought leaders.
Her passion for developing grass root talent and unleashing hidden potential in others is the driving force in her life. She is an award-winning speaker and trainer who advocates for empowering lives of local communities with inspirational mentorship programs.
Sarah’s career is multi-dimensional and includes years as a leadership professional trainer and HR Consultant working on European, Asian and African projects.
She is a wife and working mother of 5 and claims that her success is underpinned by having a warm supportive family. Sarah works with Assistants on topics such as emotional intelligence and personal branding, that inspire and build the Assistant as a professional and as a holistic individual.
Boost your career through Emotional Intelligence
Scholars may have coined the term “emotional intelligence” in the early 1990s, but business leaders quickly took the concept and made it their own. According to emotional intelligence, or EQ, success is strongly influenced by personal qualities such as perseverance, self-control and skill in getting along with others. Much has been written about how to improve employees’ EQ, but hiring managers are likely to make better hiring decisions when they look for people who already possess high EQ scores.
We see employers working hard to better connect with both employees and job seekers. Why? Because they know that in order to keep their culture intact and to effectively recruit the right kind of candidates, they need to engage and be open and transparent. Workers with high EQ are better able to work in teams, adjust to change and be flexible. No matter how many degrees or other on-paper qualifications a person has, if he or she doesn’t have certain emotional qualities, he or she is unlikely to succeed. As the workplace continues to evolve, making room for new technologies and innovations, these qualities may become increasingly important.
In this session, the visionary Sarah Richson explores how to use EQ to enhance your career and better support your executive.
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