- September 16, 2015
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Facilitator: Bayard Gregory (Instructor/Associate Director – Dispute Resolution Conflict Management)
Emotional Intelligence is the capacity to recognize and effectively manage emotions in ourselves and with others. Emotional intelligence increases our ability to make good decisions, build relationships, deal with stress, and cope with change. Research has proven that our emotional intelligence (EQ) is more reliable in predicting success than our intelligence quotient (IQ). Learn to increase your Emotional Intelligence through self awareness and self management of your own emotions. Additionally, learn to apply tools to increase your social skills by recognizing the emotions in others and responding effectively to those emotions. Gregory will explore the topic of EQ and how to develop our own EQ, thus increasing our success with our career and relationships both inside and outside of work.
Time: 11:00a – 12:00p
Venue Phone: (208) 426-2417Address:
The Employee Learning & Development Classroom is located at 2225 W UNIVERSITY DR. CAPITOL VILLAGE #103
If you need help finding the classroom, please contact Employee Learning & Development at (208) 426-2417.
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