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Developing Emotional Intelligence for Success

Behavior Assessments / Emotional Intelligence / Employee Engagement / Human Resource Management / Job Satisfaction
Developing Emotional Intelligence for Success

Today’s hyper-paced, team-oriented and global work environments require strong and effective personal/soft skills. Emotional intelligence is the ability to sense, understand and effectively apply emotions to be more collaborative and productive with others. Emotional intelligence (otherwise known as emotional quotient or EQ) is the ability to understand, use and manage your own emotions in positive ways to relieve stress, communicate effectively, empathize with others, overcome challenges and defuse conflict. Emotional Intelligence is often cited as the fundamental difference in superior decision making, performance and employee engagement. This seminar focuses on practical applications of EI concepts rather than merely focusing on theory.

Our program is delivered by Jennifer C. Zamecki, an Accredited Certified Professional Coach and Gregory Smith, founder and president of Chart Your Course International. Their combined experience spans over 40 years and a wealth of knowledge working with both large global organizations & small companies.

Learning Outcomes:

–Understand the 5 Core dimensions of the EQ model
–How to use your EQ profile to enhance communication and understanding of yourself and others
–Activities tailored to help develop and grow the five key factors of EQ

If you attend you will receive:
• You will receive a handout with 10 ways to increase your EQ
• Free EQ profile if you attend the webinar to the end (value of $100)
• Discounts on EQ Certification if you sign up within 30 days

October 2, 2018

1:30-1:45 ET

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