September 13, 2011 webinar focuses on the importance of Emotional Intelligence in the workplace and at home.
Glendora, Calif. /August 15, 2011 — Emotional Intelligence focuses on improving one’s ability to recognize and manage their emotional reactions and those of others.
Based on recent research, the difference between those who reach their full potential in life and those who do not is their degree of emotional intelligence (EI), or “people skills”.
These people skills (your EI) encompass:
An awareness of your own emotions,
An awareness of emotions in others,
An understanding of these emotions,
And the ability to manage your own emotions and the emotions of others.
However, according to recent research, 75% of the reasons careers get derailed are EI-related:
Unsatisfactory leadership across all levels during challenging times.
Inability to handle interpersonal issues.
Inability to adapt to change.
Inability to elicit trust.
Learn how developing and managing your Emotional Intelligence will help you grow as an individual and a leader. The Glowan Principals will translate the latest science on emotion and performance and will review practical strategies for leaders and team members to become more effective.
This 1 hour content-packed Emotional Intelligence Webinar is only $149. You can invite as many colleagues as you’d like to listen in on a single phone line via speakerphone.
John R. Anderson, Senior Business Consultant and Principal, works with top management teams to assist them in adapting to today’s rapidly changing business paradigms. For 20 years, Anderson has been a student of human behavior and has developed workshop products and consulting interventions to enable individuals and teams to work more efficiently and productively. He served in executive and management positions over a 20-year operating career before founding the Glowan Consulting Group. Anderson has authored the book “Running the Corporate Rapids” and numerous articles in HR and technology publications.
Marc Michaelson, Senior Business Consultant and Principal, is a business consultant, trainer, executive coach, and author with 30 years of international experience in organizational development and human resources effectiveness. He has provided executive coaching, consulting, and training solutions to public and private sector organizations across a variety of industries. Michaelson has offered workshops, seminars, and keynote presentations to more than 100,000 participants worldwide, including CEOs, executive teams, management groups, and employees. He has been quoted in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, The Harvard Business Review, and The Wharton School of Business Digest.
The Glowan Consulting Group is in the business of transforming individuals and organizations utilizing its L3 leadership development and executive coaching activities. Our network of experienced business professionals are skilled not only in all facets of developing leaders and managers, but also in operating businesses and preparing organizations to gain competitive advantage in the rapidly changing global environment.
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