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How to Use Emotional Intelligence to Predict Job Success

 

 
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Recorded, April 25, 2019
Length: Approximately 60 minutes

Presentation Summary:

For over two decades research has shown Emotional Intelligence (EI) to have a strong
relationship with performance on the job. Every job has an EI pattern that separates
high performers from low performers. The closer a person matches the pattern, the
higher the probability of job success. Job analyses identify skills/competencies for job
success. An EI analysis of the job identifies the specific skills and how much the skills
contribute to overall success. EI is the ability to understand and manage your own and
others' emotions effectively and is a key factor in predicting job success. Team members
with strong EI skills often outperform their peers with lower levels of EI. The research is there.
The data are there. The process is there. Companies around the world are beginning to connect
the dots and improve performance using EI.

How You Will Benefit:

Attend the free Webinar and you will:

  • Explore the impact of EI on job success
  • Learn 4 techniques to identify candidates with strong EI skills
  • Learn 6 tools to incorporate EI into your current selection process
  • Understand 4 ways to help current employees improve job performance

Attendee Bonus:

Receive a copy of the presentation slides and One Free Administration of the ARSENAL™ Assessment. For presentation copy, click here. For ARSENAL Administration, click here.

Earn Certification Credit:

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has approved this webinar for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CP(SM) or SHRM-SCP(SM).

Session Presenter:

Henry L. (Dick) Thompson, Ph.D., HPS President & CEO, Master EI and Job Success Trainer and author of The Stress Effect: Why Smart Leaders Make Dumb Decisions - and What to Do About It

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