Tue, 7 February 2017
AIPIS 170 - Unequaled: Tips for Building a Successful Career Through Emotional Intelligence with Morgan Stanley's James Runde
Jason Hartman talks with James A. Runde, investment banker and independent corporate director. He is the longest-serving investment banker at a single U.S. firm, currently standing at 42 years with Morgan Stanley. He is best known for advising UPS to go public, a move that has worked out quite nicely for the company.
Alongside his role as investment banker, Jim began educating other bankers about emotional intelligence quotient (EQ). His new book, Unequaled, dives into this topic.
[2:38] How the markets and technology have changed in the 42+ years James has been in finance
[6:54] How you can strengthen your EQ as opposed to your IQ
[10:52] The importance of adaptability, and how everything changes when you go into the workplace
[13:04] James' opposite route that he takes at networking events
[17:10] How emotional intelligence has had to adapt to changing technology