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Leading in a Changing Workplace: Applying Emotional Intelligence for Productive Work Relationships

Monday, January 23, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Marjorie Derven, Managing Consultant, Resources Global Professionals

With our workplace becoming more dynamic and chaotic, it is more important than ever to apply emotional intelligence to your everyday work scenarios. This webcast will show you how to:

  • Explore the four dimensions of emotional intelligence (EQ) and how they apply in a changing workplace.
  • Identify the business case for using EQ to be fully effective.
  • Identify your personal "triggers" and how stress can create tunnel vision.
  • Discover how EQ can help you obtain buy-in for your ideas and better understand others' needs.
  • Identify how to use EQ to build more productive interactions with your boss, peers, internal clients, and direct reports.

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Marjorie Derven
Marjorie Derven

Managing Consultant, Resources Global Professionals

Marjorie Derven is founder of HUDSON Research & Consulting (www.hudsonrc.com), providing research, training, and organization development strategies to maximize organizational performance, which increasingly involves virtual teams. She is also a senior fellow at The Conference Board, Human Capital Practice, and has written more than 20 articles on topics that include learning, diversity and inclusion (D&I), talent management, and organizational change. Marjorie served as chairperson of the T+D magazine Editorial Advisory Board and is a frequent speaker at global conferences. Visit her monthly ATD blog series on D&I issues at www.td.org/Communities-of-Practice/Human-Capital/Best-Practices-in-Diversity-and-Inclusion.


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