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Leadership workshop improves teams through "emotional intelligence"

 

Great leaders harness their influence on others through heightened emotional intelligence: the alert practice of properly identifying different emotions and using the information to guide thinking, behavior and outcomes.

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Neil Ihde

 

Neil Ihde (right), founder of Life IQ LLC, has the insights and tools you need to improve your teamwork by becoming more sensitive to how you, and others, really tick. Hel'll share them Sept. 24 at The League's Leadership Workshop in Wisconsin Dells.

 

Gain the skills you need to:

  • Understand your management personality, using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), the most utilized personality instrument in the world.

 

  • Resolve conflict. Conflict is inevitable, but presents opportunity if used wisely. Learn how to anticipate, face and harness disagreements to improve individuals, outcomes and work environments.

 

  • Engage difficult people. You can’t find solutions without everyone’s willingness to be on board. Creating cohesive teams requires unearthing the realities occurring in individual lives and workspaces that influence openness to cooperation. Like it or not, emotions rule. Learn to uncover individuals’ perspectives, satisfy practical and emotional requirements and model behavior that sets a positive tone for collaboration and productivity.

 

  • Tap individual motivation to inspire team success. An understanding of employees’ personalities and the conditions that bring out their best is a pre-requisite for high performing teams. Learn to identify attitudes, expectations, cultural issues, organizational dynamics and more that make or break an employee's (and ultimately an organization's) success.

 

You'll learn to master the art of self-awareness, manage your emotions and demonstrate empathy to win trust and cooperation among employees. Learn to lead and excel by tapping in to what affects each individual on your team and create a dynamic that respects how everyone—you included—wish to be treated.

 

Neil's expertise working with managers, directors, corporate leaders and teams has improved the personal and professional effectiveness of some of the most profitable companies in the world. Employees of PepsiCo, AT&T, Merrill Lynch and other Fortune 500 firms are leveraging Neil's insights to work, play, relate and live intelligently.

 

Whether you're an executive, supervisor, team leader or an employee looking to control outcomes based on the one thing you can truly control —yourself—you need this session.

 

Register now!  Questions? Contact Judy Phillips at (262) 408-6020.

 


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