Webinars – March 2015
Cultivating Emotional Intelligence to Develop Star Performers, Drive Outcomes and Appreciate Differences
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Emotional intelligence (EI) is a highly researched and applied framework for developing critical skills for personal and professional success. Studies indicate that individuals with high EI are typically the highest performers in their organizations, are more optimistic, handle stress more effectively, and, importantly, have a better relationship with themselves (self-regard) and others.
Emotional intelligence can play an important role in advancing diversity and inclusion goals as a powerful gateway for releasing judgments and subtle biases that create dis-ease in ourselves, in our relationships and in our institutions and society. During the presentation, Lisa will explain the four quadrants of emotional intelligence – self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship management – and share practical tips for cultivating a more empowered and successful way of living using this framework.