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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We believe that every conversation in the organisation is an opportunity to lead. In recognition of the significance of leadership conversations, all our coaches are accredited to work with the theories and tools of Structural Dynamics; a theory of face-to-face communication pioneered by Dr David Kantor.achieving, aligned, approach, behaviours, believe, bring, business, capabilities, challenge, change, client, coaching, conversations, created, deliver, delivery, design, development, difference, engagement, focus, highly, identify, impact, investment, key, leadership, learners, learning, life, measure, mindsets, model, option, organisation, performance, practice, programme, reflect, results, return, roi, skills, support, sustained, track, trust, underpinned, work, workplace
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