Bologna, Italy study: People with higher levels of EQ tend to experience less stress. In increasingly complex jobs, EQ becomes increasingly important. Three important conclusions:

  1. Emotional intelligence predicts high performance
  2. Stress reduces performance
  3. Emotional intelligence mitigates the effects of stress

(Lorenzo, Fariselli et al. White Paper: Stress, Emotional Intelligence and Performance in Healthcare. 2008, Article)

A reasonable inference emerges that one of the primary benefits of high EQ is the increased ability to function well even under stress. It appears that one way EQ helps improve performance is by mitigating the negative effects of stress. (Fariselli, Lorenzo, et al. White Paper: Stress, Emotional Intelligence and Performance in Healthcare. 2008, Article)

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