Does the “look” of “competence” really pay off?
We have all heard of a story about a highly educated, highly skilled executive who was promoted into a leadership position only to fail at the job. And you may have also heard about someone not extraordinary but solid in their abilities who was promoted into a similar position and then soared based on their degree of emotional intelligence. HRBoost, LLC. is skilled at helping people develop their emotional intelligence for improved workplace performance. Thus, it is agreed social savvy can carry some weight but does the “look” of “competence” really pay off? Corporate salary depends on attractiveness