No. Emotional Intelligence is often considered a 'soft skill', but one fact often overlooked, or completely ignored, is that it can deliver impressive, measurable improvements in personal and collective effectiveness and performance.
Emotional Intelligence competencies include Self Awareness, Impulse Control, Optimism, Assertiveness, Problem Solving and many more. Balancing these EQ competencies is vital to enabling you to consistently perform at, or very near your best.
And that's where Scott's and his team can help you.