Driving performance with Magic of Emotional Intelligence
The Magic of Emotional Intelligence: How Champions Apply Emotional Intelligence to Achieve Peak Performance and Advancement in Life by Abiola Champ Salami is one book that is gradually making inroads to the work environment.
Recently, copies of the book were presented to the Polaris MD/CEO, Mr. Innocent C. Ike, by the author. This, according to the author, shows that the bank acknowledges books as an essential tool for the 21st-century leader.
Reacting to the commitment by Polaris Bank, the performance coach, AbiolaChamp, says the bank is driving peak performance and staying ahead of the pack.
According to available data, IQ is not enough to drive peak performance in organisations, in fact, a school of thought believes that as improvement in technology continues to reshape the global business landscape and the world continues to grapple with post-COVID-19 realities, forward-thinking organisations continue to strengthen their resolve.
They do this by investing in emotional intelligence to deliver exceptional service to customers, make impactful contributions to the communities where they operate, and exceed their promise to shareholders.
The Magic of Emotional Intelligence, with 174 pages, is classified as a stream of consciousness. It is seen as a perfect compass to help readers nurture, manage, control, and dispense the right and healthy emotions for business affairs. It not only helps the readers to achieve premium results, but it also enhances optimal advancement in life. It is a powerful tool for every business today.
In her foreword, Prof. Dana H. Born of Harvard University, writes: “AbiolaChamp writes with personal humility and professional authority. The opening story of the book captures the head and the heart. The book shows us how to use emotional intelligence as a formula for ultimate success in life, love, and leadership.”
Dr. Ndidi Nwuneli says, “Given that we encounter diverse individuals and groups in personal and professional settings, The Magic of Emotional Intelligence reinforces the subject of emotional intelligence and the necessity to apply it in our actions, decisions, and relationships at work and in life situations.”
While Prof. Pat Utomi sees the book as one, which the author uses to connect the reader to recognising the power of emotional intelligence in leading, problem-solving and organisational effectiveness. “Indeed, it is quite a worthy read stripped of the technical jargon that the great experts inflict on those not as schooled as themselves.’’
Mr. Austin Avuru, the co-founder of Seplat Petroleum, reveals, “This is a great work in unraveling the intricate web of psychology and its application on daily living. AbiolaChamp has given us a veritable companion and reference material to everyone whose daily routine involves dealing with people.”
In the quest to drive peak performance in the private, public and social sectors, AbiolaChamp says “we are launching a radio show in August 2021 called The CHAMPIONS Tribe. This show is designed to share insights with industry leaders, culture shapers, and game changers to achieve peak performance in their space.”
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