March 21, 2017
Instructor: Marjorie Derven
The seismic changes in the workplace today are creating stress, volatility and uncertainty. With no signs of the rate of change slowing down, and in fact accelerating, we have to increase our personal and professional agility or burn out. Join us as we discuss the four elements of Emotional Intelligence (i.e. self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management) as key differentiators to increase our ability to adapt and become more agile.
In this highly interactive and practical session, we will explore how lack of self-awareness, everyday stress, and personal triggers limit our ability to make the best decisions. We will discuss specific EQ strategies for you to apply after the session.
- Explore the four dimensions of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and how they apply to change in the workplace
- Identify what your personal "triggers" are and how EQ can help you make better choices at work
- Discover how EQ can help you become a more effective teacher and learner
- Identify how to use EQ to build more productive interactions, with your direct reports, employers, your peers, and internal and external clients.
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