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January 18, 2005
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Tech To Host Team Effectiveness Seminar
Organizations struggle to hire the right leaders with the people skills to turn a group into a team, to turn average performance into inspired performance and to deal effectively with communications, authority levels and issues of accountability.
A presentation at South Dakota Tech will show organizations how to use emotional intelligence to help groups quickly to become high performing teams. The seminar, “An Emotionally Intelligent Approach for Improving Team Effectiveness,” is scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25, in the Surbeck Center Ballroom. South Dakota Tech invites the public to attend. Consultant Charles J. Wolfe will lead the seminar.
Key points in the presentation will include:
How emotional intelligence helps and hinders an organization's success
How to use emotional intelligence to improve organizational effectiveness
Steps to build teams by understanding and applying emotional intelligence to team development
Problem solving when the problems are impacted by heightened emotions
Program highlights will include:
What is emotional intelligence
How do you measure emotional intelligence?
Selecting someone for a leadership role
Managing individual performance •
Building teams and interpersonal relationships
Charles J. Wolfe is president of Charles J. Wolfe Associates. His areas of expertise include applying emotional intelligence to leadership development, executive coaching, team building, change management, performance management and organizational development. His clients include MIT Sloan School of Business, Yale School of Management, Philips Electronics, Cigna, Fidelity, Gaylord Palms and Opryland Hotels, Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield, Kaiser Permanente, Ensign Bickford and the New York Times.
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