Our IQ is pretty much static through life, but we can dramatically change our EQ.— Joni Peddie, FAB Quotient
Emotional intelligence (EQ) will, by 2020, be among the most sought-after attributes/skills required of jobseekers, according to the World Economic Forum.
Peddie discussed the science of “personality”, “IQ” (intelligence quotient) and “EQ”.
Can you change, or develop, your IQ and, even more importantly, your EQ?
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
The engine [of a car] is the IQ… your EQ is your ability to handle [the car]…— Joni Peddie, FAB Quotient
There are fantastic EQ assessments… Go to www.enneagraminstitute.com. For 12 dollars you can do an enneagram test.— Joni Peddie, FAB Quotient
Do you self-understand? Do you play to your strengths? Do you know others?— Joni Peddie, FAB Quotient
Personality and temperament stays pretty much the same… We can nurture our EQ…— Joni Peddie, FAB Quotient
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