EI-EIO: Emotional Intelligence for Executives, Influencers and Owners
Tuesday, May 28 | 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
ATB Entrepreneur Centre, Edmonton
6 more seats available
Emotional Intelligence is defined as; the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. It is also the PRIMARY skill that determines your ability to lead and influence others.
When in a balanced emotional state, the human brain is able to process as many as 24 interrelationships between random variables. When triggered emotionally, it is able to only process two.
The “emotional tunnel vision” that this creates erodes relationships, processes, time management and profitability. It is no wonder that Emotional Intelligence has been proven to be responsible for over 58% of all success in the workplace.
Executives, Influencers and Owners require even more mastery of Emotional Intelligence given both the increased number of triggers they face on a daily basis as well as the potency of those triggers. Now, for the first time ever, you will learn a simple, evidence based system, for cutting through the emotional clutter in your brain, resulting in a higher state of clarity and execution.
Who This Session is For: Business Owners, Executives and those who Influence Others for a living.
Why Attend: Emotional Intelligence is the only part of human personality that can be altered and improved over time with the right training and guidance.
How This Is Delivered: this session will be taught by Shane Wallace, Chief Engagement Officer with CultureSmith Inc. who will be using bleeding edge presentation methods designed to increase the amount of neurotransmitters released during the session, increasing the retention rate of the content delivered.
What’s Next: 1) Register for this event. 2) Spread the word. Given the interaction of the teaching style and the subject matter, the delivery of this particular content is further enhanced the larger the group.
Bookings are closed for this event.