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Annie McKee, a senior fellow at the University of Pennsylvania, introducing in Harvard Business Review a method to hire people with high emotional intelligence. Forget personality tests they only measure exactly what they say they do, namely personality. Self-reporting tests will neither tell you anything about emotional intelligence. Annie McKee’s solution instead is to get references and actually talk to them and also interview the job-seeker from the prerequisites of emotional intelligence. The basics of the method for the interview are to create a comfortable environment where simple questions come first, then behavioural with an increasingly more difficult level. The outcome of getting a leader with high emotional intelligence could be revolutionary for your organisation. Read the full article by Annie McKee here. Source: Harvard Business Review