EI-What Is Your Emotional Intelligence?

  • 21 Nov 2014
  • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Catholic Medical Center’s Roy Auditorium, 100 McGregor St. Manchester, NH 03102

Registration

  • As a Holiday thank you to our members and many supporters, ATD-NH is proud to present a free workshop.

    This half-day workshop is free to ATD-NH members and their guests.

    Emotional Intelligence:

    Why your EQ means more to your success and satisfaction than your IQ

    Exploring emotional intelligence not only makes us happier and more successful, but it helps us motivate ourselves, manage stress more effectively, and resolve conflict with others. It gives us the skills to properly encourage, comfort, discipline, and confront different kinds of people appropriately in different situations.

    At work, Emotional Intelligence relates to how we handle change and challenge.

    Friday, November 21st
    8:30 AM to 12:00 PM
    Catholic Medical Center’s Roy Auditorium
    100 McGregor St.
    Manchester, NH

    This session will cover 16 clear competencies of EI to reveal individual areas of improvement; basic strategies and behaviors to improve how you manage challenge and how you manage when your team is challenged.

Registration is closed
As a Holiday thank you to our members and many supporters, ATD-NH is proud to present a free workshop.

This half-day workshop is free to ATD-NH members and their guests.

Emotional Intelligence:

  • Why your EQ means more to your success and satisfaction than your IQ.
  • Exploring emotional intelligence not only makes us happier and more successful, but it helps us motivate ourselves, manage stress more effectively, and resolve conflict with others. It gives us the skills to properly encourage, comfort, discipline, and confront different kinds of people appropriately in different situations.
  • At work, Emotional Intelligence relates to how we handle change and challenge.

This session will cover 16 clear competencies of EI to reveal individual areas of improvement; basic strategies and behaviors to improve how you manage challenge and how you manage when your team is challenged.



Kris Mailepors is Director of Organizational Development and Training at Catholic Medical Center.  He received his MBA in Organizational Development from the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand and his certificate in Organizational Development from DePaul University.  He brings 18 years of corporate training and leadership development to ATD.

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