If you are a working parent, or especially a working mother, struggling during the Covid-19 crisis, you are not alone. One of the biggest challenges of this pandemic is balancing childcare and homeschooling responsibilities with work.
We are all familiar with the emotions of happiness, anger, fear, and sadness. These emotions are strong and impact the ways we live our lives. So how does emotion enter our professional lives, and what does it have to do with our intelligence?
Previously on WeLearn’s learning development blog, we have explored the roots of emotional intelligence, its definition, and how it’s measured. But how does emotional intelligence make its way into workforce development?