Achieve promotion through emotion with YP

Contrary to the traditional British stiff upper lip way of doing business,
emotions at work can have a positive effect on productivity. Understanding and
being able to act on your own and your colleagues’ emotions can also mean speedy
career progression.

This month’s edition of Young
, Accountancy Age’s digital magazine for up and coming
accountants, features a guide to improving your emotional intelligence and how
to use it effectively at work.

The March issue also takes a look at what it’s like to be a charity
accountant in the heart of rural Africa, talks to a young partner who has
swapped life at a big firm in a big city for a small town practice and uncovers
what happens when you put together some PwC staff, a quiet day in the office, a
video camera, and a Tony Christie classic.

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