|Recorded: July 29, 2010
Length: Approximately 60 minutes
Part 5 of The Stress Effect Webcast Series (Can be viewed individually)
Evidence that Stress Resilient Emotional Intelligence™ (SREI™) is a key competency for
leaders continues to mount. Leaders under high levels of stress for prolonged periods,
according to the latest research, will experience a noticeable decline in their ability to use
their Emotional Intelligence - a key component in decision making.
In this presentation, Dr. Dick Thompson - an award-winning organizational psychologist - will explore
the relationship between stress and Emotional Intelligence and explain why developing SREI™ is so important for leaders, plus how leaders can build SREI™ using proven best practices. Dr. Thompson also shares real-world examples and insights gained from decades of research on stress and Emotional Intelligence, and from his own leadership experience in high-stress environments.
Attend this complimentary Webcast and you will learn:
- Why Stress Resilient Emotional Intelligence™ is a key Leadership Competency
- How Stress impacts Emotional Intelligence and reduces Leader Effectiveness
- How to help Leaders maximize their Emotional Intelligence capacity
- How to bolster resistance to Stress
- Best Practices to develop Stress Resilient Emotional Intelligence™
Receive a copy of the PowerPoint® slides used in the presentation (click here) and One Free Administration of the New ARSENAL™ Individual Assessment.
Henry L. (Dick) Thompson, Ph.D., HPS President & CEO, and author of The Stress Effect: Why Smart Leaders Make Dumb Decisions - and What to Do About It
Debra Cannarella, HPS Director of Operations
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