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HTTP://BIT.LY/2VJRXAW 2017 - How to Develop your Emotional Intelligence for Maximum Effectiveness -By Compliance Global Inc.

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Category Emotional Intelligence training, workplace training, self awareness activities, team work training, relationship building skills, hr investigations best practices, hr compliance checklist, project scheduling training, workplace bullying compliance, lgbt workplace issues, training millennials in the workplace

Deadline: August 16, 2017 | Date: August 16, 2017

Venue/Country: Online, U.S.A

Updated: 2017-07-14 19:16:15 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

OVERVIEW:

In today’s workplace, it isn’t enough for your managers, supervisors and professional staff to be smart; what’s required is to have emotional intelligence training to gain the ability to manage effectively emotions and behavior; navigate emotional IQ, and make the right decisions that will achieve positive results.

There are extraordinary benefits to boosting emotional intelligence to handle workplace training. With a greater level of self-awareness activities and control as well as a better understanding of others, your key talent will be more focused, disciplined, collaborative and productive.

In this webinar you will become familiar with the EQ model and learn how to apply EQ skills for maximum effectiveness. Gain insight and tools you can apply to make your job and career more satisfying and successful.

Join us, and discover exactly what emotional intelligence is … why it’s recognized as one of the hottest performance tools for success-minded people … and how you can easily “raise” your E.Q. to stand out from the crowd.

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND:

Emotionally intelligent managers, supervisors and professional staff are your greatest assets. They solve problems, resolve conflict and build teamwork.

Researchers and business experts agree that people with high emotional intelligence (EQ) are consistently the top performers in their organizations. They’re more resilient and flexible when things get tough, and are held in the highest regard by their bosses, peers, co-workers, and others

On the other hand, those with low EQs continually sabotage their own efforts and those of others. They fail to tune into the emotions of their employees; minimize their efforts to solve problem and improve productivity; and tend to alienate the members of their teams and other stakeholders. They more likely see very limited options when emotions are triggered and to say and do things that break down relationships and teamwork. They often find themselves working around or against people rather than with them.

By using the emotional intelligence skills you’ll learn during this webinar, you’ll gain the ability to more appropriately respond to the world around you and eliminate the stress and frustration that often comes from working with others.

AREAS COVERED:

The focus of this webinar is how to use emotional intelligence to increase the performance and effectiveness of managers, supervisors and professional staff. These four areas will be covered:

What and Why of Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

Define EQ and how it relates to an individual, teamwork training and workplace performance; recognize the top three reasons you and your organizations need to practice EQ.

EQ Competency Framework

Identify and define the four domains in the EQ model and the relevant competencies associated with each domain. Learn the four core skills required to practice emotional intelligence.

Strategies to Manage Emotions

How to stop your emotions from hijacking your ability to think in difficult situations; articulate your emotions using the right language; recognize trigger words, non-verbal cues, sensitive situations.

Putting It Into Practice

How EQ can be used to motivate and inspire; be flexible and more easily adapt to change; influence and build consensus, relationship building skills and other workplace issues.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Identify and understanding the 4 main components of emotional intelligence (EQ)

Recognize why emotional intelligence is vital to succeeding in today’s workplace

Apply the EQ model to optimize professional performance and working relationships

Learn self-management skills to keep your emotions in control in order to effectively lead or manage others

WHO WILL BENEFIT:

CEO’s of Human Resources

COO’s of Human Resources

VP’s of Human Resources

Chief Learning Officers

Directors

Project Managers

Operation Managers

Operations Supervisors

Team Leaders

Staff Managers

Staff Supervisors

For more Details Please visit: http://bit.ly/2vjrxAw

Email: support@complianceglobal.us

Toll Free: +1-844-746-4244

Tel: +1-516-900-5515

Fax: +1-516-900-5510

SPEAKER:

Marcia Zidle is board certified executive coach based in Dallas Texas. Marcia Zidle, The Smart Moves Coach, helps companies target and implement their elephants – the highest pay-off activities – that will produce the results they want. In In other words, she works with business leaders and their teams to get on the right track, stay on the right track, and avoid getting side tracked in their drive for high performance – high profitability – high purpose

Marcia has over 25 years of management, business consulting and international experience in the areas of business strategy and management; personal and team leadership; talent engagement and development, As a Board Certified Business and Executive Coach, she works with savvy entrepreneurs, CEO’s, executives, and management teams to grow their companies AND make a difference in their world. They want to move up to the next level – ahead of their competition – into new areas – over and around obstacles – beyond business as usual – towards building a solid leadership foundation for growth.


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