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Emotional Intelligence & Leadership Success
EI (Emotional Intelligence), self-awareness and managing one's own emotions and reading and responding well to the emotions of others, is the hallmark of successful leaders in the corporate, political, not-for-profit and social realms.
EI is a hot topic today, and many projects have been undertaken to explore and understand the subject. EI has been featured in leading business journals such as Fortune and Harvard Business Review; however, there has been very little research or publications about the connection between EI and leadership, which is very important for the Human Resource professional.
EI has a strong impact on individual, team and leadership interactions. Developing better EI will serve to positively improve relationships and results, as well as performance, in each of these areas.
Studies have found that EI can account for up to 47% of work success. This session will highlight some findings from, The Emotionally Intelligent Trainer. The goal is to help acquaint participants with intriguing new research that examines both EI and the broader issue of its rolespecific to leadership, to help organizations realize greater work success. The training offers concrete, practical advice for anyone in any role that wants to foster and support an emotionally intelligent workforce.
The cornerstone of Emotional Intelligence is self-awareness and empathy, and the session will demonstrate how someone can become more in tune with his or her own feelings and competencies in order to assess, design, develop, implement and evaluate an organization's needs. Since EI is both measurable and can be developed, those sharing EI with their companies/clients can impact employees' ability to be more productive and innovative.
Most HR professionals enjoy this training because HR Specialists were in the forefront of EI. Participants will see how the EI-Leadership connection is paramount when linked with leadership behaviors at all levels. The business case for EI, which is a valuable tool for HR practitioners, will be presented. Participants can take this back to their organizations and show how EI contributes to the bottom line.
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The world around us is constantly changing and environmental demands are complex. Organizations need its professionals to be emotionally intelligent leaders and to keep pace with these demands. This 75 minute webinar will help professionals ensure they are equiped with the tools necessary for success in today's workplace and improve their understanding of this little-known key to success. And because this is a live webinar there is no limit to the number of participants who can sit in!
|Sheri A. Caldwell, Ph.D., SPHR, CEQC, CIR
Dr. Sheri Caldwell received an undergraduate degree in Industrial Organization Psychology from Bowling Green State University. She also received her MBA and Ph.D. in Human Resource Development from the University of Toledo.
Sheri is currently the Client Manager at Medical Mutual responsible for retaining accounts and working closely with benefit plan design for all of MMO's large commercial accounts.
She is the 2005 past president of the local HR group, Toledo Area Human Resource Association (TAHRA). She is also on the Board of the Employers' Association and on the HR Committee for the American Red Cross. She was recently inducted in to the Cardinal Stritch High School Hall of Fame, received the 20 Under 40 Leadership Award in 2004 and the Alumni Community Award from BGSU in 2006.
Sheri has published various articles and is a co-author of the best selling SHRM publication, Got A Minute? The 9 Lessons Every HR Professional Must Learn to be Successful with Dr. Dale Dwyer and Developing Emotional Intelligence In Others with Dr. Linda Gravett. Sheri has her SPHR certification and is a Certified Internet Recruiter as well as certified in EQ-I and EQ-360 for Emotional Intelligence.
|Linda S. Gravett, Ph.D., SPHR, CEQC
Dr. Linda Gravett, an industrial psychologist, is a business advisor, author and certified Emotional Intelligence coach and consultant who has partnered with organizations such as Best Upon Request; St. Elizabeth Hospital; Meridian Bioscience; Kao Brands; and Voith over the past 22 years, helping them leverage the talents of a diverse workforce to ensure success through periods of growth and change.
Linda is the founder and senior partner of Gravett and Associates, an international Organizational Development consulting firm headquartered in Cincinnati, and President and CEO of its subsidiary, Just the Basics, Inc, a Northern Kentucky based consulting firm for nonprofits and small enterprises. She is the author or co-author of books on Emotional Intelligence, generational differences, leadership, entrepreneurship and business ethics. Her latest book, The Real Story of Being a Woman Entrepreneur, was released in October 2011.
Linda has a Ph.D. in Industrial Psychology, an MA in Labor and Employment Relations, and a Bachelor's in Accounting. She has lived and worked in Japan, Canada and Mexico and brings a multi-cultural perspective to her work and life.