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June ICF-NYC Chapter Webinar
June 19 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm$20.00 - $30.00
This webinar hosted by ICF-NYC
“Building Emotional Intelligence (EQ) Assessments into Your Coaching Practice“
|Speaker:||Drew Bird (click here for speaker’s bio)|
|Date:||Monday, June 19, 2017|
|Time:||12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. ET|
|Price:||Basic Members – $20
Non-Members – $30
|CCEUs:||1.5 CCEUs approved from ICF in Core Competencies|
Join Drew Bird in an engaging exploration of the science behind Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and EQ Assessments. We’ll look at the role EQ plays in personal and leadership development, examine the pros/cons to utilizing EQ assessments in your coaching practice, consider new thinking in EQ around influence, resilience and innovation, and identify a simple process to help your clients build EQ skills and help you build world-class leaders and teams!
In this fun, interactive presentation you will gain:
- A greater understanding of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and the impact it can have.
- An effective approach to working with coaching clients on building their EQ.
- An understanding of how 360-degree feedback can be used to support the coaching relationship.
- Knowledge of potential challenges in using emotional intelligence assessments in coaching relationships.
All registrants for the webinar will receive an email with call-in details prior to the session.
Drew Bird (MSc, MA), author of The Leader’s Guide to Emotional Intelligence and EQ Master Trainer, has certified hundreds of coaches, consultants, and HR professionals on how to use the EQ-2.0 and EQ360 Emotional Intelligence Assessments effectively in their work. Drew’s engaging practitioner-academic approach enables him to explain how these assessments can be used and why they are the most effective EQ tools available today. In this webinar, Drew will share how to employ EQ assessments as a way of working with existing clients, attracting new clients, and expanding your practice offerings.
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