March 1, 2023
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
The best leaders use Emotional Intelligence to respond effectively and efficiently to challenging or problematic situations. We coach participants to move beyond their comfort zone in adapting to a social or emotional situation and to solve the problem at hand by employing an agile approach to workplace interactions.
Do you find you react or respond on instinct a lot of the time? For example, when a challenge arises or a problem erupts, or when an employee comes to you with this type of issue or that type of issue, do you tend to react the same way each time? Do some things “push your buttons”? Do others take the energy right out of you? Agile leaders use Emotional Intelligence to adapt how they respond to situations they are facing. You’ll learn how to do that in this workshop.
Emotional Intelligence refers to how effectively and efficiently you can adapt to a social or emotional situation to solve the problem at hand — because an approach that works well in one situation won’t always work the same way in the next. Agile leaders use Emotional Intelligence to modify how they respond to situations they are facing. You’ll learn how to do that in this workshop.
This workshop teaches you how to read the emotional and interpersonal needs of a situation and respond accordingly. You will discover an agile approach to workplace interactions and learn to navigate outside your comfort zone, empowering you to meet the demands of any situation. And you’ll learn the leadership skills to support and grow a thriving agile culture.
We recommend Agile Leadership as your starting point for building stronger Emotional Intelligence as a leader. The next level is our Emotionally Intelligent Leader program.
The sessions will take place in-person, with the option to transition to virtual should public health requirements change.