1 Clock Hour | Domain E: Human Resources
When EI goes up, productivity and performance follow. In this workshop, Dr. Julie Lopez discusses the PACT Method for determining invisible codes in our brain and how the application of this method applies in the workplace. In this way, a rarely talked about dimension of EI is illuminated for impactful performance results. Learn about Dr. Julie’s proven 4-part methodology to identifying invisible roadblocks and how you can make them visible for removal.
When every member on a team is feeling and doing their best, the team as a whole performs at their highest level. When any member of your team falls on hard times, the whole system is affected. As a leader, it's your job to support your team emotionally and psychologically so that your people can come back stronger and more engaged than ever.
Emotionally intelligent leaders spend less time in pointless conflict and more time building teams. Executives, managers, and companies have been investing in boosting the emotional intelligence of their teams for decades, and this is because a team that can empathize, communicate, and self-regulate emotions is one that can reach elite levels of performance.
The fact is when EI goes up, so does productivity and performance, and what company doesn't want the dream team increasing engagement and achieving higher levels of excellence?
- Participants will learn about an elite level of emotional intelligence related to our brain’s implicit memory so that they can more effectively manage and relate to their teams.
- By learning to recognize the signs of implicit memory blocks in colleagues, PACT methodology can be applied for improved productivity, performance and morale.
- Through an experiential exercise of applying the PACT method, participants will understand how the 4 steps work in order to implement this tool to more effectively move through seemingly impossible conflict.