Event Date: 02/13/2020 (2:00 pm EST - 3:00 pm EST)
Research shows that when people are emotionally intelligent—that is, they are aware of their feelings and are able to manage their emotions—they are better equipped to confront challenging issues and manage change. But did you know emotional intelligence can also lead to greater success in the workplace? The good news is it’s a skill that can be improved with the proper training and practice.
Join us for an hour-long webinar that will show you how to train and develop emotional intelligence in individuals. We’ll explore the four vital components, including intrapersonal skills, interpersonal skills, adaptability, and resilience. We’ll also discuss strategies for continuous improvement.
This webinar is based on Emotional Intelligence: A Scientifically Proven Method for Developing the Skills of Success, a training program that introduces the four essential aspects to honing this soft skill, and strategies for further development, helping you to confront issues, tackle problems and manage change and stress with composure and clarity.
Participants will learn:
- What emotional intelligence is—and why it’s important to today’s organizations.
- The four vital aspects of emotional intelligence.
- How emotional intelligence can improve performance and success in the workplace.
- How to create an emotional intelligence development plan.
You should attend if you are:
- A training or HR professional who delivers training.
- An independent training consultant.
- A manager who delivers or purchases training as part of their role.
Alvina Peat is passionate about interpersonal communication. It is so important to her that when she began Williamspeat Associates in 2002, its primary focus was interpersonal communication in the workplace. Alvina’s workshops, coaching and consulting are deeply-rooted in her belief that communication is the foundation upon which all relationships are built. Through interactive, engaging and enlightening workshops and lectures, Alvina helps countless individuals and organizations tear down barriers to effective communication.