What Will Your Company Do When It Depletes, Drains And Eats Up Its Leaders?


Emotional Intelligence can make the crucial difference in leadership performance, organization-wide improvements and increased bottom line profits.

Your strategic sourcing leaders are human assets that your company leases to run and manage its business says Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry, President, Institute for Health & Human Potential (IHHP).

When your company has more capable leaders, you have more valuable human assets. Your leaders should return to the organization a level of value directly proportional to what they are paid.

And when your company has more capable leaders with high Emotional Intelligence (EI or EQ), they increase their and their employees’ productivity, improve employee morale, and adopt mutuality mindsets.

But wait! There’s more!

When your company has capable leaders with high EI, IHHP’s research shows that they drastically improve your bottom line! EI plays a key role in the development of the kinds of skills and competencies required to be a top ten percent performer. And these qualities, given the right learning opportunities, can be developed. The economic value that a top ten percent leader brings to your organization is not only measurable, it is significant.

In IHHP’s of more than 200,000 individuals, the difference in performance and bottom line results is clear:

Emotional Intelligence can make the crucial difference in leadership performance, organization-wide improvements and increased bottom line profits.

Are you as a top strategic sourcing professional doing everything you can to develop your team’s EI and retain top leadership talent? If not, why not? And what will you do when you’ve drained up and scrubbed out all of your company leadership and leader potential? Leave your comment below!


Lauren Wilson


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