Emotional Intelligence: The Commodity of Today’s Workplace

  • June, 12 2019
  • 8:00 am - 10:00 am
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  • 519 804-1591

You are Invited    

 

Complimentary Breakfast Seminar

 

Emotional Intelligence: The Commodity of Today’s Workplace

I am delighted to extend this invitation to a complimentary, interactive seminar on Emotional Intelligence: The Commodity of Today’s Workplace – hosted by Trovo Resources, a specialist recruitment firm specializing exclusively in the placement of Accounting and Finance professionals on a temporary, project, and full time permanent basis.

 

Regardless of how brainy we are (our IQ), if we turn people off with abrasive behaviours, are unaware of how we are presenting ourselves, or cave under minimal stress, no one will stick around long enough to notice our high IQ.

 

EQ or Emotional Quotient is the ‘intelligence’ that bridges the gap between our IQ and our TQ – our Talent Quotient! Raise your EQ and your talent quotient goes through the roof!

 

“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” Albert Einstein was on to something very important here. Arguably of tremendously high IQ, Einstein also possessed a great degree of emotional intelligence. His curiosity is proof positive that even Einstein knew his intelligence could not get him where he needed to go.

 

The overall impact of developing emotional intelligence, is a healthy emotional and social functioning, which is linked directly to well-being and performance. Emotionally intelligent people outperform their peers with higher or equal IQ because they possess a set of skills and attitudes that allows them to take full advantage of their cognitive intelligence while avoiding turning others ‘off’ with abrasive behaviours.

 

Teresa Quinlan is an Emotional Intelligence Coach and Speaker. With 15 years experience in Learning and Development, she has been training leaders and managers to be exceptional individuals first by focusing on their emotional intelligence growth. Using the EQi-2.0 assessment tool, Teresa guides individuals to breakthroughs in their understanding of themselves, of others and of relationships that transforms their personal and professional lives.

 

For more information on Teresa Quinlan visit her website: www.iqeqtq.com

A letter confirming your attendance will be provided for your institute’s professional development requirements.

 

 

Date and Time: Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Agenda:

8:00am:   Arrival, Continental Breakfast

8:30am-10:30am:  Seminar

10:30am-11:00am (optional):   Networking

Location:  30 Duke Street West (RBC Building), Conference Room – 9th floor, Downtown Kitchener (Parking available across the street, corner Duke & Ontario)

RSVP:  Seating is limited!  Please respond by Thursday June 6th, 2019 by contacting Georgiana via email (georgiana.pace@trovoresources.com) or by phone (519-804-1591 ext 2282).

We look forward to hearing from you!

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