PUBLISHED ON: November 7, 2007 | Duration: 2 min, 17 sec
Imagine a profit-driven company where emotions are valued more than intelligence. Believe it or not, there are people for whom it is not a matter of imagination but a reality.
Meet Uttam Ghosh from Bausch & Lomb, 18-months-ago he was hired because his emotional quotient or EQ was higher than his IQ. And the recruitment process was based largely on emotional assessment.