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Emotionally intelligent people have the ability to not only show or express feelings – but also to understand other people’s feelings. Whether your partner has had a frustrating day, or you encounter a community citizen who is angry – how you choose to react can determine the outcome of the situation. You can opt for aggression, and match challenge with anger… or you can choose de-escalation.
During this webinar we will discuss:
- Emotionally intelligent ways of self-expression
- How effective and positive Self Expression can be used in a variety of situations
- How emotionally intelligent expression can shape the way you communicate and accomplish your goals.
This is part of a six-part series:
- Jan 14: How EQ Can Make a Difference in Your Criminal Justice Career
- Feb 11: Emotional Intelligence: Using Self Perception and Self Awareness
- March 11: Emotional Intelligence: Understanding Stress Management and Flexibility
- April 15: Emotional Intelligence: Understanding Decision Making and Reality Testing
- May 20: Emotional Intelligence: Recognizing Interpersonal Skills and Empathy
- June 17: Emotional Intelligence: Learning more about Self Expression and Emotional Expression (this webinar)
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