The Foundation for Lifelong Professional and Organizational Success
Even some of the most seasoned executives lack recognition and consideration of others’ feelings in the workplace. Daniel Goleman, author of the best-seller, Working with Emotional Intelligence, describes Emotional Intelligence (EI) as “recognizing and managing our own feelings and those of others.” When properly understood and applied, EI creates a new, more consistent level of star performance throughout an organization and throughout an individual’s career.
You Will Learn
- EI’s relationship to IQ: why relationships are as important as skill sets
- How to use EI to dramatically increase productivity, performance, and engagement
- How to use three popular EI assessments to enhance your organization’s culture, customer relationships and productivity
- How EI develops personal leadership ability
$349 (includes instruction, seminar manual, lunch, certificate of completion, parking and refreshment breaks)
All dates meet from 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
02/12/2014Wednesday - #147HBD
Dr. Diane Banic is a licensed psychologist specializing in executive coaching, leadership development and team building. She began her career in human resources and organizational development at General Motors and has since led professional development and training for companies such as American Commercial Lines, LLC, Jewish Hospital, US Coal and Churchill Downs.