The Neuroscience of EQ: A Leader’s Competitive Edge

A Complimentary Virtual Workshop

March 16, 2021, 9:00–10:00 AM CT

Do you ever feel like you are stuck in a rut as a leader? Find yourself struggling to connect with your team or to solve a particular problem over and over again?

It is the goal of this presentation to educate leaders about the neuroscience behind emotional intelligence (EQ) and provide tools to help them tap into their own brains to develop their EQ. As having a higher EQ can help you to change the way that you are facing your daily challenges and result in improved outcomes. It is often thought that having a high intelligence quotient “IQ” makes you smarter and therefore more effective at a given job. However, people with average IQs outperform those with high IQs in leadership 70% of the time. It is not your IQ but rather your EQ that is your competitive edge as a leader. 90% of the top leadership performers have high EQs.

Join this session to learn about how you can build your own EQ and that of your team in order to achieve new levels of leadership success.

Guest Speaker: Dr. Teresa Evans

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