Emotional Intelligence and the Power of Organizational Psychology
Through his book and the work of his firm, he helps people explore self and social management in order to change how one goes about doing their jobs. “I think in work the reason we can become so self-centered is it’s very easy to overvalue how much of a role we play in the success of a project, the success of a task, the success of our business; and undervalue the role that other people play. So your point of focus becomes what you’re going to say next, what you think about this, what you think about that instead of what’s going on with them,” says Bradberry. “When you’re trying to build self-awareness, you have to lean in to discomfort a little bit.”Bradberry knows that the top performing CEOs and leaders are those with the highest EQs and, through his work, he can likely make effective leaders of us all. He is a prime example of the power of an education in organizational psychology, he has been able to highlight the importance of self and social awareness in a way that only someone with a thorough understanding of psychology could.