Instructor: Marge Stepansky
Understanding emotions, and the role they play in productivity, matters. Leaders who develop EQ can communicate more effectively, handle stress well, respond flexibly to change, and are better team players. You will increase your Emotional Intelligence Quotient by understanding your own emotional intelligence style, and of those you lead. This awareness will increase your ability to connect and influence more naturally.
Employees who rely on others for results
"Most informative seminar I've ever taken. My journey is overdue. Thank you for helping me see my weaknesses." Mary A. Campbell | Peening Technologies | East Hartford, CT
HRCI Business & SHRM Credits: 6.50
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