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Emotional Intelligence

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Emotional Intelligence
2018 Training Events
Being Planned
Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas
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Why AI and EI?

Lou Christie is certified in Appreciative Inquiry and Emotional Intelligence techniques. He has adoped these because they focus on what works rather than on what is 'wrong' with an organization.

Interactions that are based on the positive are measurably more effective.

"My experience has shown me that when a group recognizes the positive, that problems get reframed - and progress is made."

Ask about the Emotional Intelligence workshops in Anchorage and Dallas/Ft. Worth - attend for a life-changing event! Contact us for details.
Emotional Intelligence (EQ-i)

“In the fields I have studied, emotional intelligence is much more powerful than IQ in determining who emerges as a leader. IQ is a threshold competence. You need it, but it doesn’t make you a star. Emotional intelligence can.”
Warren Bennis, author of On Becoming a Leader.

Emotional Intelligence is the economic capital of tomorrow. It is important to understand what this EQ-i is and how to manage it.

EQ-i has two primary competencies; personal management and social management. Both have two sub components that are the foundation of personal interactions with others. A rather simple appearing 28 item EQ-i questionnaire reveals information on which to take action.

Your workplace is about the interactions of your employees with other employees, vendors, and clients. The better an employee understands their EQ-i; the greater the probability your workforce is effectively working together for the success of your organization.

Explore what EQ-i means to your organization and employees to achieve goals, build relationships and influence others.

AI (Appreciative Inquiry) and EQ-I programs are offered varying in length from an hour senior executive presentation illuminating the business case up to two day workshops for employees, departments, and entire organizations.