Could Emotional Intelligence Be Your New Competitive Edge?
Date: November 19, 2010
Time: 10:30 am – 11:30 am ET
Find out how leading organizations such as American Express and the United States Air Force have used MHS’s EQ-i (Emotional Quotient Inventory) to improve performance, save millions and turn themselves into coveted places to work.
In the new economy, human capital is a competitive advantage for organizations. Companies that provide strategic learning opportunities for their workforces will be the most successful in terms of growth, innovation and productivity.
Research from the American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) suggests that organizations with targeted learning initiatives outperform their peers in the market, making talent development a bottom line issue. This session will show you how Emotional Intelligence models are used to identify critical determinants of workplace success, supporting and driving talent management initiatives based on these factors.
- The direct role that Emotional Intelligence plays in workplace performance at all levels.
- How organizations determine key aspects of emotional and social functioning of their top talent in order to create targeted learning and development initiatives.
- How to leverage emotional intelligence models in organizations to maximize ROI.
Holly Hatfield M.Sc. brings expertise in the area of emotional intelligence and its bottom-line impact on selection, development, and leadership initiatives in organizations across a wide range of industries.