EMOTIONALLY INTELLIGENT LEADERSHIP
Heather Haas, Advisa
High emotional intelligence differentiates the best leaders from the rest. In fact, 90 percent of leaders who are objectively benchmarked as “top performers” have high emotional intelligence as compared to their peers. That’s because strong emotion has the power to override rational thinking. Emotions tend to be strongest during times of stress, change and transition. Leaders who are highly self-aware and can self-manage their emotions, communications and behaviors during times of change and transition will achieve greater success and prosperity. When you register for the conference, you’ll receive an invitation to complete a brief online profile, and Heather will help participants work through the results and how to use that knowledge in both professional and personal relationships.
Submitted for 3.5 professional development hours.