Why is it so challenging to work with others at times? Why do some leaders seem to be more effective than others? How can you maximize your own impact at work and at home? The answer is emotional intelligence. In this workshop participants evaluate their own levels of emotional intelligence using an assessment tool designed for maximizing performance in the work place. Throughout the workshop strategies are shared for developing emotional competence in five key areas and participants create an action plan for future development. Resources are also be shared so that participants may take back activities to utilize with their own departments to builder stronger relationships, increase productivity and foster more positive work environments.
This session is facilitated by Molly McGowan, Director of the RIT Leadership Institute