Emotional intelligence linked to professional success

    Analytical and technical skills may serve as a minimum
requirement for success but it’s emotional intelligence that is the attribute that distinguishes outstanding performers from average performers
according to Chris Moser, Ed D, assistant professor in the College of Education, and Cheri Hampton-Farmer, Ph D, assistant professor and chair of communication, who said, “When individuals have developed good interpersonal
skills, they are able to manage conflict by selecting an appropriate response that achieves a peaceful and equitable solution, another attribute.”