Emotional intelligence is incredibly important for students to develop for the workplace to understand what you feel, behave and how you come across to others. This allows you to be able to efficiently process feedback and even be able to request feedback that will help you grow and progress your career.
Emotional Intelligence with Louise Carey
Emotional intelligence relates to the ability an individual has to recognise and manage their emotions, as well as identify and understand the feelings of others. Developing emotional intelligence can help you to enhance relationships, achieve goals and accomplish career success.
Louise Carey an engaging and motivating Early Careers & Employability specialist. During her career, Louise has worked in graduate recruitment and careers guidance within higher education. Her experience has involved leading and developing one of the UK’s largest IT graduate programmes, as well as providing career coaching and bespoke training programmes for students and graduates. Louise is passionate about supporting students and graduates at the start of their career journey and empowering them to reach their full potential.
Develop Emotional Intelligence skills
Visit the Resources Section on Handshake to help you develop your Emotional Intelligence skills. You'll find support on:
- Emotional intelligence for early careers
- Communicating with emotional intelligence
- Managing emotions
- Progressing your career with emotional intelligence
- Emotional intelligence for students & graduates
- The importance of being emotionally intelligent