Developing Your Emotional Intelligence

Developing Your Emotional Intelligence
Topic-Communication | NEW

In today’s fast-paced workplace we’re all looking for ways to improve our own performance or the performance of our teams.  Maybe you’d like to keep disruptive emotions under control or be a better listener.  Maybe you’d like to have more influence or resolve conflicts in a healthy way.  Your emotional intelligence is the foundation to these, and many other, critical skills.  Emotional intelligence is the “fuel” that sets high performing individuals and teams apart from average performers.  It accounts for 58% of performance in all types of jobs and is the single biggest predictor of performance in the workplace.

Join us for “Developing Your Emotional Intelligence.”  You’ll leave with a greater understanding of emotional intelligence and practical strategies to increase your emotional intelligence and improve your performance.

Course Goal
To provide participants with strategies for increasing their emotional intelligence at work.

Course Objectives
After completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Explain emotional intelligence and why it’s  critical to performance
  • Describe the 4 domains of emotional intelligence
  • Assess their emotional intelligence against 18 competencies
  • Implement strategies to increase self-awareness, intentional thinking, social awareness, and relationship management

Designed For:
  employees who work with others and want to increase the effectiveness of interactions (through managing their own emotions) as well as developing the ability to understand, interpret, and respond to the emotions of others.

Early Bird Price (until 12/22/18):  $105 Member | $145 Non-Member
Price (after 12/22/18):  $115 Member | $155 Non-Member
When
1/22/2019 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Where
The Employers Association 5570 Executive Parkway, SE Grand Rapids, MI 49512 UNITED STATES

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