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25 Jun 2020
Debugging your Team – EI over AI. Part 3: How to improve your EI


You can view the on-demand webinar by logging into: https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/y-F3Ee6u0j5IXono0xCHC5UIAb7Haaa8hyQd86dZxRrTwYOu2tP02KGfZD2TVRf6?startTime=1593080969000

In the final installment of this EI series, the speaker will use a couple of exercises to give you an indicator of where certain aspects of your EI are. This will be followed by what you can do next to improve your EI skills.

Join this Webinar if you are looking to develop your pathway to becoming an Emotionally Intelligent Leader. It must be remembered that EI needs to be nurtured over time.

From attending, you will:
  • Gain a better understanding of where some of your EI skills are now
  • Understand the next steps to take in order to improve your EI


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Debugging your Team - EI over AI. Part 3: How to improve your EI


Fiona Doran-Smith | Certified EI Practioner

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Speakers

Fiona Doran-Smith

Yellow Tree Wellbeing


Summary

Fiona became a certified Emotional Intelligence (EI) Practitioner in 2008 and since then has worked with EI in a wide variety of businesses across Europe (including Defence, Technology and Manufacturing). She delivers presentations, workshops, training and EI based Coaching. In addition to Emotional Intelligence, Fiona's areas of expertise include: Stress Management and Building Resilience; Mental Health Awareness; Coaching Skills; and Presentations Skills and Public Speaking. Outside of work I love to exercise; especially walking, weight training and HiiT. When that has worn me out I’ll be reading or watching the latest Netflix thriller!

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