Jason Hartman talks with James A. Runde, investment banker and independent corporate director. He Has worked at Morgan Stanley for the last 42 years and is currently the longest-serving investment banker at a single U.S. firm. His claim to fame in the investment world is advising UPS to go public, which has worked out well for everyone.
During his career, Jim began educating other bankers about emotional intelligence quotient (EQ). His new book, Unequaled, looks at how important EQ can be in your career.
[2:38] Technological and market shifts James has seen throughout his career
[6:54] Strengthening your EQ, as opposed to your IQ
[10:52] Adaptability is one of the most important things you can have, and how the workplace immediately tests it
[13:04] James’ unique strategy at networking events
[17:10] How emotional intelligence has changed in our technology driven world