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
This month’s edition of Young
Professional, 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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