Emotional intelligence is a two-part skill, says Megan Marini, co-founder of Boston Business Women: it’s the ability to work well with others, as well as the ability to manage one’s own emotions. And both of those abilities are important for project managers, who must manage not just the performance of their teams, but the expectations and demands of their superiors, as well. “You have to manage up, and you have to manage your team and make sure everybody’s happy,” she says. “You have to understand the dynamics of everybody else, and of course the company culture at large.”
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