The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Project Management Over the Next Five Years

By Organization Acceleration
Throughout this paper, our operating paradigm is based on market conditions over the next five years. Our focus will illustrate that EI skills will be required within the realm of project management. While credentials and learned capabilities are still at the forefront within a project manager’s arsenal, a view through the lenses of EI skills suggests a project is better served moving forward through a mixture of adaptive leadership and practical experience.

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