Seven Strategies to Build EQ
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 11:00 – 12:00 PM ET
When it comes to accomplishing goals, spurring innovation, and developing stronger competitive positions, the ability to collaborate effectively is paramount. People with a high EQ have proven to be the most effective collaborators in the workplaceand research is proving that emotional intelligence is more important than IQ or technical expertise in the business world.
During this interactive webinar, participants will learn:
- The latest research on emotional intelligence and its connection to performance
- 7 strategies for improving EQ
- The link between behaviors and emotions
- How senior leaders influence EQ in others.
After the event, participants will receive both the Business Case for Emotional Intelligence Whitepaper and 7 Strategies for Improving EQ Guide.
The significance of having a high emotional intelligence is prominent in nearly every work setting.
- An insurance company found the average policy value sold by agents with high EQ was twice that of agents with low EQ.
- A study of 500 executive search candidates identified emotional competence as a better predictor of placement success than intelligence or prior experience.
- A consumer products company found a “strong relationship” between superior performing leaders and emotional competence.
- A university study found performance reviews make the giver and recipient less productive, but says the tone of the review (even a bad review) can make people feel upbeat and energized.
Although there are obvious benefits to improving emotional intelligence, many employees struggle to experience real growth in this area.
Through this interactive, online event participants will be given information, resources, and skills to improve individual and organizational EQ.
Visit our Behavioral EQ page to learn more about the importance of emotional intelligence.