Emotional intelligence (EI) is a powerful component of effective leadership. It is often referred to as “common sense that isn’t so common,” a person’s ability to relate to people and get along in the world. Situationally it is the skill to recognize and positively manage emotions in yourself, others, and among groups.
Research has shown that EI is a far better predictor of success than IQ (Intelligence Quotient). What’s more, EI can be learned, developed and leveraged for greater personal and organizational success. EI is what impactful leaders use to make pivotal decisions, plan projects and initiatives, solve problems, interact withclients, set performance expectations, communicate feedback, and interact with colleagues of all levels.
Led by Thomas Horvath, MBA, this workshop will give you exposure and practice using EI to successfully navigate various situations and settings, through a combination of instruction, personal-reflection and group activities, case study, and interactive classroom discussion.
Thursday, March 5, 2020 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
UCF Partnership II, Room 208 3100 Technology Parkway Orlando, FL 32826
Thomas Horvath, MBA