"Companies can continue to give top priority to financial performance -- but many now also realize that technical and intellectual skills are only part of the equation for success. A growing number of organizations are now convinced that people's ability to understand and to manage their emotions improves their performance, their collaboration with colleagues, and their interaction with customers. After decades of businesses seeing "hard stuff" and "soft stuff" as separate domains, emotional competence may now be a way to close that breach and to produce a unified view of workplace performance."
During this session we will explore the importance of understanding, managing, and utilizing emotions in ways that enhance interpersonal communication, foster satisfying relationships, and result in greater productivity. Many people have been conditioned to believe that emotions are not welcome or useful in the workplace. In other words, all workplace decisions should be based on entirely on logic and reason. The problem with this approach is that we are by our very nature emotional beings. We simply can not be unemotional. Our only choice then is to embrace our emotions, understand how they work, and become better prepared to leverage them productively.
During this program we will:
Five critical EQ categories to be addressed:
Date: November 9, 2011
Early Bird Discount: Reserve your seat before 11/3/2011 to receive a $75 discount!
*Discounts can not be combined with any other discounts.
Faculty Lead: Tim Flanagan, MA
Check-in: 8:00 a.m. -8:30 a.m.
Program: 8:30a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Location: Rollins College, Crummer Graduate School of Business
Bush Executive Center
Program Fee: $425 per person (Cancellation Policy & Discounts)
Obtain the management skills that will help you think more strategically and lead more effectively.