The EQ Factor: Building a Resilient Team
This webinar is hosted by HRDQ-U
The past two years have served as confirmation of the age-old adage: “Change is the only constant.” Amidst increasing ambiguity, shifting priorities, and overwhelming demands, industries have borne witness to the fact that a workforce that lacks resilience ceases to operate effectively, if they manage to operate at all. Resilient teams can respond to uncertainty while maximizing performance and preserving stability. And it has a lot to do with EQ. Emotional quotient, or emotional intelligence, is the ability to identify one’s own emotions and those of others to manage and encourage effective responses.
There is a strong link between high EQ and resiliency; we know this from evidence in psychology, human development, and neuroscience. Borrowing from these fields of study, we’ll look at what EQ looks like at the personal, team, and organizational levels; learn techniques to apply at each level to promote resiliency; and equip leaders with tools to successfully act as a conduit to advancing EQ and building adaptable, competent, and confident teams.