Emotional Intelligence in Teamwork
In cinema and literature, we often see some image of a "cold professional" who comes, silently does his job and goes off into the sunset with a stone face without turning around to the explosions and general admiration. Our movie hero knows neither fear nor anger: no emotions can overshadow his clear mind so as not to interfere with his work. But in real life, the real professionals are much more likely to be those who do not ignore emotions but can benefit from them. Developed emotional skills allow us to learn better, make decisions more effectively, feel each other, and work with inspiration and dedication. In the profession of an analyst, the development of emotional competence is significant since this IT speciality involves the most outstanding involvement in communication, relationships, and group processes.