Job Success

Example:  Robert was hired to be a restaurant manager.  He was intelligent, physically fit, had a Batchelor's degree in business, and excelled at the store's training program.  Yet, after just a few months on the job, he was failing and was ready to be fired.  What happened?  His emotional intelligence did not fit the job.  He was non assertive, indecisive, too tolerant, and could not face problems as they developed.  As a result, his people did a poor job of serving the customers. 

Robert took the Simmons Personal Survey and learned about his positive traits as well as the ones that were getting in the way of his success.  He made some quality decisions and with effort, soon was the top manager in this restaurant company.  He went on to become a successful executive with the company and later became president of another company.