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Getting a Clue : Emotional Intelligence

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One of the most difficult aspects of leadership is trying to help a team member with a weakness when you don’t think they “get it”. They either don’t know they have that particular weakness, or they …

One of the most difficult aspects of leadership is trying to help a team member with a weakness when you don’t think they “get it”. They either don’t know they have that particular weakness, or they don’t know how bad it is. This webinar will help break up the tension by helping your team strengthen their Emotional Intelligence through Self-Awareness.

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  • 1. Emotional Intelligence Getting a cluea presentation brought to you by: Dr. Greg Stewart
  • 2. Greg Stewart, PhD, LPC Greg holds a BA in Organizational Leadership and a PhD in Counseling. His dissertation was The Relationship of Emotional Intelligence with Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment. He is a certified Bar-On Eq-I administrator and is also certified with DDI (Development Dimensions International) in the building of competency models for organizations. He has deep insight into SVP problem-solving and employee motivation and is aEnterprise Solutions Sales phenomenal speaker and blogger of management and leadership. ® imagine great people 1www.profilesinternational.com©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 3. EI over IQ? • 34 percent of hiring managers said they are placing greater emphasis on emotional intelligence when hiring and promoting employees post-recession • 71 percent said they value emotional intelligence in an employee more than IQ • 59 percent of employers would not hire someone who has a high IQ but low EI • 75 percent are more likely to promote an employee with a high EI over one with a high IQ2www.profilesinternational.com©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 4. Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences • Logical-Mathematical • Visual-Spatial • Bodily-Kinesthetic • Linguistic • Musical • Intrapersonal • Interpersonal3www.profilesinternational.com©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 5. Diverse Base of Marquee Customers Financial Services Retail & Consumer Travel & Hospitality Education & Government Technology Healthcare Energy & Utilities Business Services Customer Highlights • 11,000 + active customers • Represented in nearly 130 countries4www.profilesinternational.com©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 6. Creating Value for Clients We support our clients through the full employee life-cycle, helping them identify the best people for their jobs and then developing them to their fullest potential.5www.profilesinternational.com©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 7. Talent Management 101A Job Manager Leader • PIP • Skill Expert • Mission, Vision, • Well-placed • Productivity Mgr Values • IDP • Objectives / Goals • Strategy • Critical Thought EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE6www.profilesinternational.com©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 8. Emotional Intelligence: Goleman’s Model • Self-Awareness • Self-Management • Other’s Awareness • Other’s Management (Social Intelligence) Graph By Slark 7 http://www.flickr.com/photos/slark/356609304/sizes/m/in/photostream/ www.profilesinternational.com ©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 9. Emotional Intelligence: Goleman’s Model • SELF-AWARENESS 8 www.profilesinternational.com ©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 10. True, Objective Knowledge of Self• Self-Regard: • Self-Efficacy:The ability to accept Ones belief in onesone’s perceived positive ability to succeed inand negative aspects as specific situations.well as one’s limitationsand possibilities.9www.profilesinternational.com©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved. 2
  • 11. The Source of the Working Self Resumé Competencies Attributes & Skills10www.profilesinternational.com©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 12. The Source of the Working Self Resumé Competencies Attributes & Skills11www.profilesinternational.com©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 13. So, What’s the Issue? • There is WHAT we do, and then there is HOW we affect people when we do what we do. • In both the WHAT and the HOW, we all have strengths and weaknesses. – Are we aware of how to describe them? – Are we aware of their intensity?12www.profilesinternational.com©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 14. The Johari Window13www.profilesinternational.com©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 15. Just Tell It Like It Is? • No, because of the negative emotional impact. • The negative emotional impact is a direct result of either low EI on the speaker’s part or on the hearer’s part. • We can avoid “truth-telling” because of the impact on productivity and the organization overall.14www.profilesinternational.com©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 16. Organizational Keys To Build Self-Awareness • Peformance Management, not just Performance Evaluations • PROACTIVE teachability, not reactive • Objective, valid, individual assessments • 180 degree, or 360 degree evaluations 15 www.profilesinternational.com ©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 17. EI over IQ? • 34 percent of hiring managers said they are placing greater emphasis on emotional intelligence when hiring and promoting employees post-recession • 71 percent said they value emotional intelligence in an employee more than IQ • 59 percent of employers would not hire someone who has a high IQ but low EI • 75 percent are more likely to promote an employee with a high EI over one with a high IQ16www.profilesinternational.com©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 18. Questions?
  • 19. www.profilesinternational.com©2012 Profiles International, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • 20. Contact Us Profiles Assessment Asia (Pte.) Limited An Authorized Strategic Business Partner of Profiles International14 , Robinson Road, #08-01A, Far East Finance,Singapore 048545Email: info@profiles.com.sgTelephone: 65717031Fax: 63334636Website: http://www.profiles.com.sg Share , Connect and Follow Us Know your people..Grow your business

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