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  2. […] that prevent us from making shifts in our leadership style for the better. This is a true test of Emotional Intelligence (EI). Are you able to manage your emotions and move away from old habits that might sabotage your highest […]

  3. […] control is one of the core competencies of emotional intelligence (EI) and is defined as the degree to which a person can control the need for immediate […]

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