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The Core Four

There are 4 skills that, when consistently practiced, lead to well-rounded Emotional Intelligence.

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Self Awareness

A straightforward, honest and objective understanding of how you work.  It is knowing what motivates and satisfies you, as well as what pushes your buttons.

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Self Management

Using your awareness to direct your behavior positively and putting aside your immediate needs to focus on long-term goals.

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Social Awareness

The ability to recognize emotions in other people and understand what is really going on in situations in an objective manner.

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Relationship Management

Using your awareness to manage your interactions, from moment to moment and over an extended period of time.

SEE HOW EMPLOYERS THINK

See real application, negotiation, thank you’s and follow-ups written by competing job seekers. Use these to up the persuasiveness of what you write.

 

SEE HOW EMPLOYERS THINK

See real application, negotiation, thank you’s and follow-ups written by competing job seekers. Use these to up the persuasiveness of what you write.

 

SEE HOW EMPLOYERS THINK

See real application, negotiation, thank you’s and follow-ups written by competing job seekers. Use these to up the persuasiveness of what you write.

 

See real application, negotiation, thank you’s and follow-ups written by competing job seekers. Use these to up the persuasiveness of what you write.

See what employers really think.  Learn from real interview and resume feedback from dozens of top hiring managers detailing what they like and dislike about candidates.

From job changes to salary, access real answers to the most difficult interviewing questions proven to work with employers of all sizes.

Don’t Be Fooled by a Bad Mood

Simply, don’t let frustration or anger dictate your actions.  (e.g., if a sales call goes poorly, you do not let it affect your next one).

Get to Know Yourself Under Stress

When you are balancing hectic days, you always try to see how you can get the most done with the time you have left in your day.  We don’t rise to the level of our expectations, we fall to the level of our training.

Don’t Be Fooled by a Good Mood, Either

Don’t let happiness or overwhelming joy dictate your actions. (e.g., if you just closed a deal, you stay grounded and do not jump to impulsive decisions in your next meeting).

Much More Than Interviewing Help 

IS is much more than interviewing and job search content. If you continue to study the theories and strategies interleaved throughout IJS, you will get the job you want.  But, the unique theories will allow you to achieve significantly more than your peers from day one.

Relationship Management at Work

Using your awareness to manage your interactions, from moment to moment and over an extended period of time.

Explain Your Decisions, Don’t Just Make Them

Everyone in your world of work likes to have some sense of control.  Instead of simply acting, offer a brief explanation as to why you are taking that action.  It will allow the person to feel involved in the process and help accomplish your short term goal while strengthening your relationship.

When You Care, Show It

When you are speaking with a future employer, it may benefit you to be polite & genuine in your tone and helpful in your actions.  It will go a long way toward building a strong, effective relationship.

 

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Greet People by Name

In the early stages of building a relationship, you lead with a person’s name when you start a conversation.

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Live in the Moment

In this over-connected world, it’s easy to spend most of your day worrying about what you should have done, or what you still need to do.  While it can be helpful to reflect on the past and plan for the future, it is most important to be present in your interactions.

Give the interviewer your full attention. Focus on giving thoughtful answers to their questions an building a  relationship with them.

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Watch Body Language

When possible, try to observe how an interviewer’s mannerisms line up with their words and tone of voice.  Physical cues to their mood can often tell you more than what they are actually saying.

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Catch the Mood of the Room

You always try to get a sense of the “feeling” in the room without directly asking.