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Far too often, attorneys focus their time and energy on proving that they're smart. They earn degrees and certifications, acquire and refine technical skills, and hope to be seen as a legal expert. Being smart is important, but it's not all one needs to be successful and fulfilled. Having an understanding and connection to one's emotions and how to manage emotional reactions plays a significant role in a person's effectiveness. This presentation will increase attorneys’ understanding of emotional intelligence (EI), what it is, how emotions define how we show up at work, and the implications of those emotions for others.
Expert faculty will:
- Review the Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i2.0), the first scientifically validated and most widely used Emotional Intelligence assessment in the world;
- Identify areas for EQ development so attorneys can immediately begin strategies to improve in those areas;
- Address how attorneys can leverage strengths to maximize effectiveness in daily tasks; and
- Discuss how emotional intelligence plays a significant role in business development, leadership and team dynamics.
Natalie Loeb – Founder, CEO & Executive Leadership Coach, Loeb Leadership
David B. Sarnoff, Esq. – Director of Strategic Partnerships & Executive Leadership Coach, Loeb Leadership