Catherine Thomson of The Houston Exchange is a licensed practitioner with EBW Global. In this workshop, she will be using the EBW Global Emotional Intelligence System, a unique assessment and development tool. Based on over 20 years of research and worldwide use, it enables individuals and teams to understand why they behave the way they do and to use a 10-step framework to help to improve operational performance.
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The role of a Leadership today is viewed very differently compared to a generation ago. In the last 20 years a new way of looking at leadership has emerged which views leadership as much more complex. However, irrespective of how operating environments have changed, I still see leaders behaving in ways today that are similar to how I was managed (good and bad) and it makes me wonder about what those great managers/leaders did, and would they still be effective today.ability, accelerator, administer, agility, anything, asked, authentic, aware, behaviour, boss, calm, change, changeleading, clarity, communication, connected, continue, conversations, courage, created, david, days, deep, development, differently, effective, emotional, enthused, environments, everyone, expertise, face, greater, growing, help, human, important, individuals, informed, inspired, intelligence, job, journey, leaders, leadership, leading, learning, level, listenedhe, manage, moods, nash, operated, organisation, personal, positive, power, presence, pressurised, ray, really, role, self-assessment, share, specific, supported, team, teamhe, think, today, tool, value, views, widely, work
When I work with leaders at all levels in organisations I am reminded frequently of how easy it is for leaders to create the results they do not want. The myths of what makes a great leader are constantly being rewritten.ability, around, awareness, behaviour, challenge, change, communication, concerns, connect, conversation, create, decision, develop, engage, going, group, happens, heart, help, ideas, impact, knowing, leaders, leadership, learn, manage, observed, organisation, others, patterns, people, potential, profile, quartile, real, really, research, respect, results, room, self, shift, team, tendencies, terms, trust, understand, warmth, work, workplace