According to recent studies, 90% of top performers have high EQ (Emotional Quotient) and those with high EQ make an average of $29,000 more annually than their EQ counterparts.
Emotional Intelligence has become a “hot topic” in today’s workforce and carries with it significant predictors of success both relationally and intrinsically. By definition, emotional intelligence “is the ability to identify and manage your own emotions and the emotions of others.” – Psychology Today.
You will learn how to understand and apply the facets of emotional intelligence with a foundation of Neuroscience and Physiology accompanied by stories, analogies, statistics and examples from 25 years of leadership and team building.
You will discover why developing Emotional Intelligence is critical to your success and well-being. You will walk away with multiple and very specific applications that will transform how you process challenges and communicate with others more effectively. Both leaders and team members will feel empowered to diffuse stressful situations and become better equipped to control their own stress response intrinsically and extrinsically.
A few take-aways:
- Understanding the 5 Elements of Emotional Intelligence
- The Physiology behind Stress and How it Inhibits Healthy Mindsets & Emotions
- Practical Applications that will Transform Perceptions & Communication
- Retraining your Brain: Small Changes which create BIG Results!
- Powerful Habits that Develop Powerful Results
- Keys to Developing Emotional Intelligence Personally & Professionally
- Mastering Communication and A Powerful State of Mind in all Situations
What others are saying:
“Michelle was an amazing speaker for the Region V IIMC Meeting in Grand Rapids, MI. City/Township municipal clerks from 5 states attended and all gave her rave reviews. Her topics were Avoiding Burnout and Empowering Leadership. Both of which are critical to our daily and professional lives. (Full Day Training Session) – Sarah Bydalek – City Clerk at City of Walker, MI
“The Michigan Society of Association Executives was fortunate enough to have Michelle come speak at our CMP Summit this past October. . . Our attendees enjoyed her creative and humorous approach to helping relieve stress in the workplace. And they walked away with ways to manage their time more effectively and maintain a healthy state of mind. Our evaluations proved she was the most popular speaker at our 2 day Summit so we have invited her back next year…!” Stephanie Wohlfert, CMP, CTAA – Meeting Coordinator at Michigan Society of Association Executives