Emotional Intelligence at Work

When:  Mar 25, 2020 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (ET)

More and more, organizations are paying attention to the importance of emotional intelligence at work. That’s a good thing, because work performance can be strongly influenced by a person’s self-awareness, empathy toward co-workers, and impulse control – just a few components of what is often referred to as emotional intelligence. This presentation focuses on fundamentals of emotion functioning in the workplace.
 
You will learn:

  • About the relevance of emotional intelligence
  • About the aspects and purposes of emotional intelligence
  • How to identify your own emotional intelligence features
  • How to manage your emotional intelligence 

Matthew Siegel is an executive coach and owner of Matthew Siegel Consulting LLC. Matt fosters active learning through collaborative relationships in which enhanced self-awareness and skill lead to goal oriented behavior change. He has helped many professionals improve their performance in fields such as banking, technology, non-profit, media, government, and healthcare. Matt uses his professional training and practice in behavioral science to achieve desired results. He has a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University. Find out more about Matt at www.msiegelconsulting.com