Duration: 1 hour
Leaders at all levels struggle when they lack the ability to identify and express emotions. For many who have thrived early in their career on technical knowledge and IQ, working with their emotions is often uncomfortable and unfamiliar territory. This webinar will uncover the power of emotional intelligence in leadership, and challenge leaders to tap into next-level intelligence to practice better self-management and handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. At CCL, we believe that teaching people to better understand and use emotions underpins growth as a leader and the development of a variety of intrapersonal and interpersonal competencies.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
- The important role emotions play throughout your work interactions and performance.
- Specific ways to leverage your emotional intelligence skills to improve leadership effectiveness.
- Strategies and tools you can use right away to regulate your emotional response to triggers.
- The importance of practicing empathy by imagining yourself in someone else’s shoes.
Foster emotional intelligence in your leaders with Live Online Custom Leadership Training tailored to to your unique challenges.
Leadership Solutions Partner – Global Markets
Center for Creative Leadership
Shelley works with global clients as a Leadership Solutions Partner at the Center for Creative Leadership helping leaders become extraordinary performers, visionaries, collaborators as well as critical and strategic thinkers. Her focus is designing and delivering highly regarded leadership programs for managers and executives that escalate CCL’s brand of delivering Results That Matter. Shelley also serves as a CCL feedback coach and Organization Workshop facilitator. Shelley brings to CCL over 20 years of experience in market-leading organizations and Fortune 500 corporations. Her collaborative leadership style is used to build consensus to improve skills and knowledge which has led to improved employee performance and engagement, leadership effectiveness, and improved organizational outcomes.