Leadership - Emotional Intelligence

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Executives, managers, project managers, project leaders, business leaders, IT leaders, all leaders and future leaders


Emotional Intelligence can be defined as our ability to distinguish, understand, and have a greater awareness of how our thoughts and feelings connect with our outward displays and behaviors, as well as the ability to manage and express appropriate emotions and help others do the same. In order for individuals to become effective leaders, they’ll need a high level of emotional intelligence.

Watch and learn with renowned coach leader, Brenda Williams, as she reveals insights on the benefits of emotional intelligence and how it improves performance both inside and outside the office.


  • Recognize, regulate and control emotions
  • Handle conflict and provide resolution
  • Connect, engage and inspire teams

Online 5/4/2016
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