This session will introduce the four elements of the Emotional Intelligence (or Emotional Quotient EQ) (self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management) & why it is critical in order to be successful in the workplace today.
1. Define the four elements of emotional intelligence
2. The importance of using emotional intelligence in the workplace
3. Unlike IQ, understanding how emotional intelligence can be developed in order to enhance interpersonal and career success using specific strategies
4. Explore strategies to improve their emotional intelligence in order to improve overall communication effectiveness
About the Guest:
Gina Willoughby is a master facilitator, keynote speaker, executive coach and an organizational development expert. Gina is CEO of Willoughby Consulting Group, Inc. (WCG, Inc.) and has a background in Industrial Psychology. Gina’s innovative and dynamic style has been empowering organizations to succeed in today’s highly complex business environment.
Ms. Willoughby has worked with a variety of organizations including federal government agencies, commercial companies as well as non-profit environments with a creative approach to delivering consistently high-quality results that positively impact the bottom line.
Gina’s high-energy style provides an innovative approach to partnering with her clients. She fosters an environment where businesses can reach their potential while helping their employees engage and enhance overall effectiveness.
Gina is a member of NAAAHR, SHRM, and the Chesapeake Bay Organizational Development Network. She currently serves as chairperson on the Workout for a Cure, which raises needed funds to benefit Komen for the Cure for breast cancer research. Gina also serves as a support group leader for the Alzheimer’s Association. In her spare time, Gina also teaches indoor cycling/spinning at Rio Sport & Health and is known, at the health club, as “Vitamin G”.
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