Presented by Diana Durek
Date: December 8, 2010
Time: 11:00AM – 12:00PM ET
Have you ever wondered why smart people sometimes make poor leaders? Do these phrases sound familiar?
“He’s so smart on paper, but he has no idea how to make good decisions” OR “She is brilliant with numbers, but she has such a hard time interacting with people?”
If you’re like most people, you’ve worked somewhere where these situations are all too familiar. Emotional Intelligence (EI) is a key determinant of success in the workplace, and the most effective employees and leaders have it in large doses. While some people come by it naturally, the great thing about EI is that it can be learned and therefore with proper assessments and training, even the most unlikely employees and leaders can become more effective and have a positive impact on your bottom-line. Furthermore, by implementing leading programs like this, your workplace will be become highly coveted by discriminating top performers.
MHS Senior Advisor, Diana Durek will provide:
- Answers to the what/how/why of Emotional Intelligence.
- Results from real life success stories prove that the EQ-i is the leading EI assessment tool for properly assessing and predicting performance in organizations including American Express and the United States Air Force.
- Easy to understand statistical data will be presented- clearly showing the types of EI skills that have been most crucial in determining workplace success at these diverse institutions.
- Practical knowledge to describe how you can properly position the benefits of EI to your organization so that your management team can understand the dramatic impact that properly assessed emotional intelligence skills can have on your organization.
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