Leading with Emotional Intelligence

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Why does emotional intelligence (EI) matter? Because at the core of every outstanding leader are the abilities to connect, achieve, inspire and act with resilience. Now you can learn to apply the best practices of an emotionally intelligent leader and give yourself a winning edge. EI helps you create and sustain unique opportunities and more impactful relationships.

This course uses an integrated competency approach to help you develop this crucial skill. You’ll get hands-on opportunities to practice and apply methods for consistently using EI as a leader. Attend this seminar so you can influence and motivate your organization’s workforce to new heights of achievement.

How Will you Benefit?

  • Lead powerfully with presence and impact
  • Gain valuable emotional insights and awareness to inspire and maintain productive relationships
  • Manage and adapt emotional behaviors that expand your sphere of credibility and influence
  • Utilize empathy to promote strong relationships
  • Apply collaborative, inclusive and creative communication practices
  • Harness emotionally intelligent motivational skills to achieve team results

What You Will Learn

  • Integrating EI and leadership competencies
  • Applying emotionally intelligent speaking and listening skills to leadership
  • Identifying the role of EI in 21st-century leaders
  • Achieving emotionally intelligent personal influence
  • Assessing your personal credibility quotient to authentically influence others
  • Applying empathy as a powerful influencing strategy when coaching
  • Creating an emotionally intelligent inspiration plan
  • Encouraging emotionally intelligent collaboration practices
  • Managing change and resistance with EI
  • Identifying communication skills leaders can use to move past colleagues’ resistance
  • Attaining healthy conflict with EI
  • Identifying emotionally intelligent leadership communication strategies
  • Using emotionally intelligent mindfulness practices when team members experience stress
  • Synthesizing emotionally intelligent competencies to address complex leadership challenges and opportunities

Who Should Attend

Senior managers and leaders who need to create a healthy, productive workplace and organizational culture by enhancing their overall effectiveness through EI.

CE Credits: 1.8

For Classroom, Live Online, and Webinar programs, you may transfer to a future session, send someone to take your place or cancel without penalty at any time up to three weeks prior to your program. If you provide AMA with less than three weeks notice, or fail to attend, you will be liable for the entire program fee.

Programs included in AMA OnDemand offerings are not eligible for substitution, transfer, cancellation, return, or refund.

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed—At AMA, we guarantee the quality of our seminars. In fact, 98% of our participants say they would recommend the course they have taken to their colleagues. If, for any reason, you are not satisfied with a seminar for which you have paid, AMA will give you credit toward another seminar of comparable price or will refund your fee.

We appreciate that this is an important investment for you and your company and would like to accommodate your needs the best we can.

American Management Association

American Management Association is a world leader in professional development, advancing the skills of individuals to drive business success.

Challenging situations require a trusted partner.AMA’s mission and approach to improving performance combines experiential learning—“learning through doing”—with opportunities for ongoing professional growth at every step of one’s career journey. AMA supports the goals of individuals and organizations through a complete range of products and services, including seminars, webcasts and podcasts, conferences, corporate and government solutions, business books and research.

Organizations worldwide, including the majority of the Fortune 500, turn to AMA as their trusted partner in professional development and draw upon its experience to enhance skills, abilities and knowledge with noticeable results from day one.

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Reviews of American Management Association

(9 Reviews)
Amy P.
08/23/2017
Attended: Leading with Emotional Intelligence
my only complaint is that I had an unusual score on one of the tests and the instructor did not know how to interpret it (she had me take it again and I got the same score) and she didn't look into it and get back to me with what it meant (I left feeling awkward and embarrassed about my score)
Eddie D.
08/21/2017
Attended: Leading with Emotional Intelligence
Outstanding course, I wish I had taken it a few years ago as I could have used the insight on numerousoccasions
Rommel C.
08/10/2017
Attended: Leading with Emotional Intelligence
Rommel C. gave this class 5 out of 5 Connect2Classes stars.
James V.
08/09/2017
Attended: Leading with Emotional Intelligence
Very good class with many takeaways given. Interaction between class participants and instructor was excellent. Instruction book was fine and extra handouts were very good. Class room and facility was excellent.
Joe B.
08/09/2017
Attended: Leading with Emotional Intelligence
This training brought to light some real untold truths about what it really means to lead people.
John S.
08/02/2017
Attended: Leading with Emotional Intelligence
Instructor was great sharing real life examples
Clark L.
07/26/2017
Attended: Leading with Emotional Intelligence
Best class do to teacher dynamics that I have had with you guys.
Iyad K.
07/26/2017
Attended: Leading with Emotional Intelligence
Iyad K. gave this class 4 out of 5 Connect2Classes stars.
Sara T.
07/26/2017
Attended: Leading with Emotional Intelligence
Class size was small (5 participants), but the instructor effectively tailored the training to fit the class size. The participant materials could have been better organized as a reference guide (descriptive tabs) and some of the exercises were unnecessarily confusing.