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Emotional Intelligence and Technology: Leading High Impact Interactions

Instructor Dr. Christine Lawther will give a presentation on Emotional Intelligence and Technology to lead impactful interactions both virtually and in person.

Feb 23
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Tue., Feb 23, 2021 | 6:00 - 7:00 pm

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About the Event

Emotional Intelligence (EI) the ability to recognize, interpret, and manage emotions. Those who are strong in this skill are more likely to build trust with others, drive consensus, reduce stress, and build high impact relationships across both personal and professional domains of life. Participants of this session will learn how to navigate our evolving landscape of communicating with technology, strengthen EI competencies, adapt and manage their responses to particular situations, and heighten these skills in others.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe what emotional intelligence is and understand why it is becoming increasingly important in the workplace
  2. Recognize implications of utilizing technology to communicate and obtain examples of emotional intelligence in the workplace
  3. Identify core techniques to improve personal and relational competencies 

 

Join us Tue., Feb 23, 2021 | 6:00 - 7:00 pm (CST)

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Speaking at the event

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Christine Lawther, Conscious Leadership and Team Management instructor

Christine Lawther, PhD

Program Instructor, Conscious Leadership and Team Management

Dr. Christine Lawther is an industrial psychologist specializing in organizational leadership. She is experienced in the design and instruction of collegiate courses highlighting an array of advanced leadership models including servant, transformational, and authentic leadership. 

In addition to higher education, Dr. Lawther is an active practitioner with a robust history of guiding organizations in the support of both employees and clients across many diverse industries. She has architected organizational performance management systems, created training events on topics such as emotional intelligence and negotiation, and provided one-on-one coaching. Her publications focus on topics concerning virtual leadership, resiliency and analytics. She holds a PhD in industrial and organizational psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, an MS in industrial and organizational psychology from Roosevelt University, and a BS in psychology from the University of Pittsburgh.

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