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The TalentSmart study additionally showed:
- Sales staff who developed emotional intelligence was 25% more productive than their low EQ counterparts, and EQ was more important to executive job performance than character, strategic thinking, and focus on results.
- Senior partners high in EQ were responsible for $1.2 million more profit each in their clients than low EQ partners. High EQ partners showed a 139% gain in profit.
- Turnover for one agency reduced from 35% annually to 5% annually by selecting candidates high in emotional intelligence, resulting in savings of $3 million per year on a relatively low-cost investment. What does this mean for your business? High EQ produces top performers who in turn bring in more profit.