Highlands Ranch, Colo. (PRWEB) June 3, 2009 -- Research indicates a strong relationship between business performance and emotional intelligence. In recent years, interest in emotional intelligence has grown as research shows impact on a variety of business measures, including recruiting and job selection, sales results and leadership performance. Emotional intelligence is the ability to perceive, control and evaluate emotions to improve work and personal life.

In a new whitepaper titled, "Emotional Intelligence: What's New, What's True - Improving EQ with Behavioral Styles," the TRACOM Group explores the importance of emotional intelligence and its direct link to critical business measures and individual success, more so than traditional measures such as IQ. The complimentary whitepaper can be downloaded at http://www.tracomcorp.com/forms/eiwhitepaper.html.

The whitepaper also explores the genetic disposition people have for emotional intelligence and the affect it has on improved leadership and managerial performance. However, research also shows that emotional intelligence, just like technical skills, can be developed through a systematic and consistent approach to training and development.

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