Andrew Milivojevich (Mechanical Engineering ’89) is the President of the Knowledge Management Group Inc. In his free time he writes, coaches, and speaks at various events.
In the 1980’s, academics began to study success attributes in the workplace. They discovered that people with the same intellect had different levels of success. A defining feature that explained this anomaly became known as emotional intelligence (EI). Soon thereafter further studies showed a link between emotional intelligence and personal achievement. Interestingly, these studies also established a link to professional success and happiness. Continue reading “All intelligence is not equal”