The Science of Emotional Intelligence
According to the World Economic Forum’s “Future of Jobs” report, emotional intelligence will be one of the 10 most desirable skills for employees.
Being able to take charge of your emotional brain during difficult moments can mean the difference between success and failure when it matters most. Whether you want to become a more effective leader or learn to perform better under pressure, Sue Krautkramer will explain the foundational principles and brain science of Emotional Intelligence (EI). These principles will equip you to influence and engage others while connecting with them in a more meaningful way.
Senior Consultant at The Institute for Health and Human Potential
Sue Krautkramer brings a powerful package of expertise to her role at IHHP that includes practical business experience in management and sales, 20 years of working with Fortune 500 companies, facilitation, instructional design, program development and coaching as well as being a life-long learner. Her unique brand of facilitating combines common sense, academic knowledge, practical application, a passion for people and a drive to create results. When working with any individual or group, Sue’s goal is to help people see the possibilities, understand the potential, equip them with knowledge and challenge them.
Doors open at 6:30 PM
Reception 6:30-7 PM
Speaker 7-8 PM