Every leader I know can improve their emotional intelligence. Sometimes, it’s good to look at the signs of low emotional intelligence in order to increase our EI skills in leadership and personal influence.
Here are 10 signs of low emotional intelligence.
Listen, we all fail and come up short when it comes to displaying emotional intelligence. But often, even the best leaders overlook simple signs that they can improve upon.

Review the 10 signs one more time and ask yourself:

Which of these can I improve?

Remember, your IQ and technical skills get you in the game but how well you succeed is all about improving your EI skills. Often, we are just one improvement away from increasing our influence, impact, and ability to inspire others!

Here’s to improving your EI skills,

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About the Author

Steve Gutzler is the President of Leadership Quest, a Seattle-based leadership development company. Steve is a dynamic, highly-sought-after speaker who has delivered more than 2,500 presentations to a list of clients including Microsoft, Starbucks, the Seattle Seahawks, Pandora Radio, Boeing, Cisco, Starwood Corporation, the Ritz Carlton group, and the U.S. Social Security Administration. He recently was voted #1 by the readership of Huffington Post as the Most Inspirational Leader on Social Media.

A published author on leadership and emotional intelligence, Steve resides near Seattle with his wife Julie where they enjoy time with their three adult children and six grandchildren.