When it comes to emotional intelligence, the gap between knowing and doing is holding many leaders back. While it has become widely accepted that emotional intelligence is a key ingredient of leadership success, leaders struggle to translate their understanding into day-to-day actions. The good news is that the steps necessary to become more emotionally effective are not complex and can be integrated into a leader’s daily activities. Learning and development professionals can also use this information to design more effective programming that supports leaders to bridge the knowing-doing gap.
Laura Trozzi, an independant MBTI® and EQ consultant and coach, joins us to discuss practical approaches for the utilization of MBTI and EQ assessments as a tool for talent development. Listen to this podcast to gain an overview of her ...
Webcast | Presented By: David Cory | Webcast Aired: March 13, 2014
In a world stuck in a dominance paradigm take a lesson from the world's most comprehensive model of EQ and the 15 EQ competencies that make up this model in order to better meet the changes in the ways our society relates with one another.