(PRWEB) June 2, 2005 -- On June 12th, Henry L. Thompson, Ph.D., of High Performing Systems, Inc., is presenting “Leading in a Stressful World: The Impact of Stress on Emotional Competencies” at the NexusEQ Conference in Holland. Delegates to this world summit on Emotional Intelligence will learn how to use the Emotional Intelligence Stress Response Model developed by Dr. Thompson when leading in stressful environments.
Delegates to this world summit on Emotional Intelligence will learn how to use the Emotional Intelligence Stress Response Model developed by Dr. Dick Thompson when leading in stressful environments.
Nexus EQ is a Conference for educators, HR professionals, managers, psychologists, and leaders who want to increase their Emotional Intelligence competencies. This fifth annual NexusEQ is being held in a sea-coast resort town called Egmond aan Zee, about 40 minutes outside of Amsterdam on the North Sea.
Dr. Thompson is president and CEO of High Performing Systems, Inc. (HPS), a management consulting and training organization in Watkinsville, Georgia, that provides leadership solutions for organizations around the world. Over the past 30 years, Dr. Thompson has gained valuable experience leading and working with teams---from the battlefield (Vietnam Veteran) to the Boardroom. He has published numerous books, articles and training manuals on leadership, teams and psychological assessments.
In addition to enterprise-wide leadership solutions such as leader selection, development, retention and succession planning, HPS designs and develops high performing teams using a customized process of assessment, design and delivery. State-of-the-art assessments focus on Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, Cognitive Complexity, Personality, Interpersonal Styles and Teamwork. For more information, visit http://www.hpsys.com.
Founded in 1984, HPS has provided consulting, coaching and training for people and organizations around the world.