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    Attend: Africa Emotional Intelligence Conference

    What: Africa Emotional Intelligence Conference 2020, Pathway to Profitable Innovation and Disruption

    When: 12–13 May, 2020

    Where: Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

    After millions of dollars spent in research over the last 25 years, there is now a consensus about the fact that emotional quotient (EQ) is more important for overall success than intelligence quotient (IQ). Like every other new discovery, the buzz of emotional intelligence is spreading across the world like wildfire, but there is a huge difference between understanding emotional intelligence and utilising it. The Africa Emotional Intelligence Conference is designed to bridge the gap between understanding emotional intelligence and utilising it – the models, tools, competencies, resources and technology – to drive profitable transformation in individuals and organisations.

    As the world advances into the fourth industrial revolution, innovation and disruption, digital and artificial intelligence will form the requirements for day-to-day living, and emotional intelligence, emotional fortitude, emotional resilience and emotional stability have been identified as critical surviving apparatuses. This is the focus for the 2020 edition of the conference.

    This edition is designed for forward-looking organisations who are daily seeking potent business interventions that go beyond the ordinary; organisations whose leaders are willing to engage in globally researched content that can be utilised to gain competitive edge, achieve exceptional service experience, reduce process challenge and improve productivity and profitability.

    To attend and for more information, click here.

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    Bunmi Adesanya
    Bunmi Adesanyahttps://www.impacthouse.ltd
    Hi. My name is Bunmi. I am driven by a passion to create the most enriching content on personal and professional development opportunities within the African social sector. When it comes to curating digital content, I am a junkie. It’s been two minutes since my last post!

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