This webinar will explore what the cohesive organization looks like, what are the challenges faced in developing a cohesive organization, and what kind of skills are required to build a cohesive organization. Emotional Intelligence (EI) has been proven as a crucial component for the success of any individual or organization. An organization must function cohesively to succeed.Learn about an action-oriented, practical, and proven EI model, based on the latest neuro-science research; with eight competencies that are learnable and measurable.Understand how these EI competencies can improve cohesiveness in any organization. Understand how awareness of certain characteristics of the human brain improves the chances of success.
In this era with global markets, resources, and competition, organizational goals are more complex than ever. A characteristic commonly seen in a high performing, innovative team is cohesiveness. It is equally important for individuals to have the freedom to engage and be innovative.
There are many challenges to develop and sustain a cohesive organization. Many of these organizations have members in various locations with diverse cultures. The only thing common between each individual are certain functions of the human brain. EI can positively influence our behavior based on these functions.
Anyone, ranging from an individual contributor to an executive responsible for the organization, who desires to perform effectively and efficiently without getting stressed, needs to understand how to function, build, and sustain a cohesive organization. EI drives people and people drive performance; so it is crucial to understand how EI can help people perform, either individually or in teams.
Shabbir Latif is an Advanced Trainer and Practitioner in the field of Emotional Intelligence certified by Six Seconds Emotional Intelligent Network (www.6seconds.org). He is also certified to administer Six Seconds EI (SEI and SEI 360) assessments. He is a mentor/coach, speaker, trainer, and author.
Since 2007, Shabbir’s clients have ranged from senior executives of large corporations, governmental organizations, at-risk youth in high school (both in the class room and wilderness therapy programs), and staff and inmates at a maximum security prison.
In 2004, he received M.S. in Therapeutic Recreation, specializing in “Experiential Education” pedagogy. Before 2003, for over 25 years, he had a very successful career as a computer chip design engineer with a Ph. D.