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managing your emotional state and OTHERS will IMPROVE YOUR REVENUE, culture and workplace environment.

I'M Not Kidding.

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Success through Emotion Management
Effective Traits to Manage through Crisis and Temperate Times.
March 19, 2015. 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
The Langham Huntington 
Pasadena, CA


In this half day interactive seminar you will learn the crucial steps to managing your emotions and the emotions of others more effectively. Every business requires interaction with people. Whether you want to give credence to how others feel, your business depends on how people feel about you — and whether or not they support you and the goals of the business. 

Turn questions, comments, frustrations, and feedback from subordinates into revenue.
Anger is a reaction; what it takes to transform negative emotions into working for you.
Curtail circumstances from controlling you; capture tools to take back emotional control.
Improved communication skills; feel happier and less stressed.
Elimination or reduction of some recurring issues in the workplace.
An improvement in relationships and more inspired teamwork.
Achieve more with less strategizing, people pleasing, forcing or extreme expectations.
Less second-guessing of actions and decisions—more confidence and inner peace.


Less Turnover



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More Productive


Leadership Performance

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Incremental Gain by Leaders

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Big Potential


Managing Emotions to Success

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Research has found that the primary causes of derailment in executives involve deficits in emotional competence. The three primary ones are difficulty in handling change, not being able to work well in a team, and poor interpersonal relations.

~ Center for Creative Leadership

How This Training WIll Get You results:

1. An explanation and physical direction of the aforementioned eight statements of results.
2. Interactive role play with me, applied to a current issue or recurring work crisis.
3.  A unique perspective taking you deeper into your own psyche ; leading  to awareness, understanding and clarity of next action steps.
4. Take home exercises and two follow up calls to address specific issues in managing emotional states and creating concrete change in feeling and approach.                                                                              



For 515 senior executives analyzed by the search firm Egon Zehnder International, those who were primarily strong in emotional intelligence were more likely to succeed than those who were strongest in either relevant previous experience or IQ. In other words, emotional intelligence was a better predictor of success than either relevant previous experience or high IQ. More specifically, the executive was high in emotional intelligence in 74 percent of the successes and only in 24 percent of the failures. The study included executives in Latin America, Germany, and Japan, and the results were almost identical in all three cultures.

Space is limited for this event, please take advantage of early bird pricing!

Opportunities that come from managing your own emotional state and those of your subordinates will completely change the culture and workplace environment. This will allow you to focus more on what can be created or built, while allowing happenstance to be as is, without resistance.  In other words, coming from a place of action vs. reaction will greatly influence your bottom line and revenue producing activities. 

This extraordinary seminar was created distinctly to raise your EQ when dealing with many of the same issues, day in and day out. In times of repose or crisis, you will maintain emotional control on the job — and understand how to manage the antagonistic emotions of others. The feelings of being out of control emotionally with frustration, anger, anxiety, disappointment and overwhelm will no longer run you in circles at work. 



Now Only $2497.00

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Emotionally intelligent leaders are thought to be happier and more committed to their organisation (Abraham, 2000), achieve greater success (Miller, 1999), perform better in the workplace (Goleman, 1998a,b; Watkin, 2000),take advantage of and use positive emotions to envision major improvements in organisational functioning (George, 2000), and use emotions to improve their decision making and instilL a sense of enthusiasm, trust and co-operation in other employees through interpersonal relationships (George, 2000).