Leading with Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in the New Workplace


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Director, Valeocon Management Consulting
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  • Date and Time
    Tue, Jun 06, 2017 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
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Globalization, doing more with less, leading remote and contingent workers, changing demographics, low engagement: These are just a few of the dramatic changes that leaders face today. Join us as we discuss the four elements of Emotional Intelligence (self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management) as a key differentiator for leadership performance, which requires collaboration, influence and versatility. 

In this highly interactive and practical session, we will explore how lack of self-awareness, everyday stress and personal triggers limit our ability to make the best decisions and build positive relationships with key stakeholders. We will discuss specific strategies that can promote more productive relationships and close with Leadership Action Planning to apply after the webinar.

Learning Objectives:
  • Explore the four dimensions of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and how they apply to leadership 
  • Identify the business case for using EQ to be fully effective
  • Identify what your personal "triggers" are and how stress can create tunnel vision
  • Discover how EQ can help you obtain buy-in for your ideas and become a more effective leader 
  • Identify how to use EQ to build more productive interactions, with your direct reports, boss, your peers, and internal and external clients

About Marjorie Derven

Marjorie Derven is a director at Valeocon Management Consulting, a global boutique consulting firm that enables clients across 30 countries to improve organizational performance through fit-for-purpose operating model design and capability development.

Marjorie has worked with many of the world’s best companies to align people practices with strategic imperatives.  She has served on many boards, including NY HR Strategy & People, ATD Editorial Board and the OD Practitioner EditorialBoard and as Senior Fellow at The Conference Board in the Human Capital practice. With deep expertise in organizational effectiveness, change management and learning, Marjorie is a frequent presenter at global conferences and has authored dozens of articles.


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