IQ gets all the fame. It has Albert Einstein as a poster child and it just sounds so, well, smart.
But your EQ, your emotional intelligence, is equally as important in your personal success—plus, it’s key in the development of leadership skills…
When you’re a 20-something Millennial managing a group of older employees, there’s no doubt you need to bring your A-game to show the team that despite your age, you’re perfectly capable of stellar leadership.
On this Veterans Day, the team at YouTern honors our military veterans in the best way we could.
Today, we’re letting the working world know just how ready veterans are to make a real impact in the next chapter of their lives: their civilian career.
As a young professional, goal setting may already be an important aspect of your career. In fact, it may have lead you to where you are today. Now that you’re there, though, you may have noticed those around you aren’t as goal-oriented as you are. Members of your team may be so busy doing their day-to-day chores that they fail to keep in mind the overall mission.
We have a name those who feel this way at work, who have identified that team goals are going unfulfilled, even unnoticed: Leader.
Tony Stark is a leader in many senses of the word. Not only is he a genius, but also he runs Stark Industries (his father’s corporation) and fights crime as Iron Man in his spare time. Stark, played by Robert Downey Jr., returned to theaters recently in his fourth film.
To ensure your career is “super”, here are eight leadership lessons we learned from Tony Stark…
Does it seem that some co-workers have a magic formula on how to get ahead in the workplace? They get along well with everyone, are well-respected by their colleagues and superiors, and they seem to get promotions ahead of their equally hard-working peers. While they may be great workers, their “secret” might be that they are simply masters of the art of managing up. How do you “manage up”?