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L4 - Getting Things Done through Emotionally Intelligent Leadership 
June 30, 2015   9:30am - 10:45am
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A growing body of research indicates that emotions are at the core of our decision-making, relationship building, and attention. Emotionally intelligent leadership can enhance efficiency, productivity, and organizational effectiveness. This session will introduce concepts of emotional intelligence in the context of personal and organizational performance.

Learning Objectives:
  • Describe the links among physiology, emotions, and performance.
  • Choose a leadership style that brings out the best performance in others.
  • Adopt surprising new strategies for remaining calm and confident under pressure.
  • Proactively address the five social threats that undermine organizational change.
  • Identify elements of organizational culture that can trigger threat response and limit productivity.

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