Emotional Intelligence: A Leadership Imperative (St. Louis)

October 1, 2014
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM


St. Louis Knight Center

Seminar Details
Learn how to align what you think with how you feel in order to perform in ways that leave your people more productive and committed rather than full of resistance and ill will. This seminar provides assessments and "how-to skills" to address the everyday risks of living with and managing other people to coping in constructive ways with the unexpected. Learn how to act purposely, think rationally and deal effectively with your environment within four dimensions: self-awareness, self-mastery, social awareness and relational management.

  • What is Emotional Intelligence (EI) and why it is a relevant smart skill set to acquire 
  • Asessing your strengths and weaknesses
  • The five questions we all ask to classify a life event
  • EI Factors: Recognizing Emotions, Using Emotions, Understanding Emotions, Regulating Emotions
  • Understanding "Hot Buttons" in your workplace
  • Managing you to be more effective

Emotional Intelligence competencies will help fill the gap between what an organization's leaders want to achieve and their ability to harness the collective genius in others to achieve it. You will leave with a formula for increasing your degree of EI with the practical tips for enhancing your influence and personal effectiveness.
    When you complete this seminar you will know:
    • What Emotional Intelligence is
    • The result of your EI appraisal
    • The five questions and some of your responses to repeatable life events
    • The EI Factors and your "Hot Buttons"
    • Practical steps to guide continual improvement


Who Should Attend?
Senior and mid-level managers

Hillary Anger Elfenbein, Professor of Organizational Behavior, Olin Business School
Edith C. Varley, President, The Varley Group

Executive Programs, 314-935-9494

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