What if you could reduce or even avoid conflicts at work? What if you could elicit more volunteerism, cooperation and collaboration on your team? What might happen if you could feel more confident and better manage emotional "hijacking" due to incidents and respond vs. react?
That is the power of emotional intelligence. Boost your emotional fitness and career advancement, job search and business development results with help from Inspired Choice and the tools below.
The good news is emotional intelligence can be learned and improved and has a 2:1 success ratio over IQ and technical skills!
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The following materials are from a workshop on how to leverage and boost emotional intelligence at work delivered to groups and executives by Inspired Choice. See how Inspired Choice can help you! Contact Gail for ways to tailor this to you or your team.
- What is emotional intelligence? Learn how to boost your success at work
- The Inspired Choice Emotional Intelligence Model - Your 5 GPS Career Success Tools
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- Evidence that emotional intelligence makes a difference-- participant learning!
- Fear-driven behaviors listed by Marshall Goldsmith as 20 bad habits impeding success.
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One fan said of this eBook, "Gail, you are so good at making intellectual connections, recognizing patterns and seeing and being open to possibilities. I'm always struck by the apparent ease with which you create simple and powerful exercises - elegant, strength-based solutions that help people address their challenges. I'm certified to administer and interpret two EI instruments, and though I like the insights they offer, the support material addressing the "so now what?" question has, in my opinion, been lacking. Your exercises move the issue from an intellectual concept to real life examples that people can grab onto and do something with." Candace Thompson, PCC
These materials were shared at a workshop on how to leverage and boost emotional intelligence at work for the Association Forum. In just one hour, the 45 association professionals in the room experienced first-hand a before-and-after review of one of their own challenging, conflict situations. They learned new approaches by using emotional intelligence tools and skills. Now you can learn to make your work relationships better and even more fun, too.
As one participant said about this training and knowledge, "Gail shares herself with the group in a very clear manner. Great vibe!" "I will incorporate into my daily life, personal and professional [the practical tips]. I will listen better, not take things personally, not act in fear. I'll be clear about what I want, take responsibility, and discuss issues using EQ (emotional intelligence)." Mary T. Markovich