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In business, interpersonal intangibles add up

Tom Branigan

The past decade saw an explosion of interest and investment in emotional intelligence, something once dismissed by organizations as an unserious distraction from the primary goal of building shareholder value.

Of course, shareholders, customers, strategic partners and our most important asset — employees — are people.

This issue of The Wisconsin 100 spotlights ways business professionals can connect with people through interpersonal skills, collaboration and other paths that aren’t found on a balance sheet or a research report. These approaches help build good corporate intuition that makes informed, balanced decisions possible and help chart career paths that are both continuous and rewarding.

Tom Branigan

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