Managing Through Fear

More than anything today, in our so-called Millennial age, people in

management positions, or in any corporate setting, will need to nurture

the abilities to listen to and empathize with coworkers, supervisors, and

employees. The old ways of managing—through fear and intimidation—

don’t work. Those prescriptions have expired. Strength in business, rather,

now derives more from self-control rather than the knack for creating terror

in others. Those with the highest emotional intelligence quotient (EQ)

insure the greatest productivity and growth.