Why Emotional Intelligence Leads to Greater Success

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- May 05, 2013 Comments Off on Why Emotional Intelligence Leads to Greater Success

Online
Thursday, May 9, 2013, 12:30 – 1:30pm

It is a widely accepted belief that soft skills make an important difference in how people feel and respond to their boss and senior management. If they feel they are valued, appreciated, and heard, they are engaged and motivated to achieve goals set out by leadership.

An indicator of how well we use our soft skills is our level of Emotional Intelligence. Called “The Other Kind of Smart,” by TalentSmart, a leading authority in the field, Emotional Intelligence is the key indicator of our success in business and as a leader, and, yes, in our happiness. Emotional intelligence is the single best predictor of performance in the workplace and the strongest driver of leadership and personal excellence. Some of us are born with a great deal of emotional intelligence; others are not. Most of us are not aware of how our emotions may be adversely affecting our thinking and our reactions. The good news is that we can learn to increase our emotional intelligence.

In this webinar, John Keyser (C’59) will discuss the basic principles of Emotional Intelligence (Self-Awareness, Social Awareness and Self-Management), and how you can incorporate them in to your professional life. He will explain how Emotional Intelligence can improve your ability to create and maintain solid relationships (both personal and professional), deepen your sense of personal fulfillment and professional accomplishment, and vastly improve the performance of your company as a whole.

John Keyser (C’59) is a respected author, speaker, and leadership coach with more than 40 years of experience as a senior executive in the private and public sectors. He works with executives to maximize their leadership potential and create winning organizational cultures with high energy, true teamwork, and loyalty. Keyser specializes in helping executives strive for continuous improvement. He also writes Ideas & Advice on www.commonsenseleadership.com each week, which provides tips for achieving business success.

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