CRUCIAL COMPETENCE: Building Emotional and Social Intelligence

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Michele Nevarez, CEO, Goleman EI

In this webcast, the 12 competencies known to differentiate performance will be introduced and explored through the lens of applied learning. It will draw on the insights and practical application of the 12 competencies as derived from a series of previously held conversations between Daniel Goleman and the following individuals, each influential thought leaders in their respective fields: Richard Davidson, Vanessa Druskat, Richard Boyatzis, and George Kohlrieser.

This webcast is intended for those who want to improve their understanding of emotional and social intelligence and begin to integrate these known differentiators of performance into their personal and professional lives. Specifically, we will cover:

  • establishing practices to support the development of the 12 competencies
  • how we can use what we know about the brain to create positive momentum in our lives
  • tools and support mechanisms to aid in bringing about lasting behavioral change, such as intellectual understanding and application of new behaviors, introspection, contemplative practice, journaling, and coaching.


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Michele Nevarez
Michele Nevarez

CEO, Goleman EI

Specializing in coaching highly driven executives and professionals, Michele leverages what we know about the brain, emotional intelligence, and resonant leadership to help leaders develop resilience, focus, and self-awareness, while learning the importance of renewal.

Michele brings more than 20 years of HR leadership experience working for industry leaders in investigative services, healthcare, investment management, management consulting, and manufacturing. A founding member of an international university based in Kathmandu, Nepal, Michele has practiced mindfulness-based training for more than 20 years. Michele is passionate about helping companies align business strategy and tactics to organizational purpose, and thrives in environments where pushing the boundaries of conventional thinking is the norm and breakthrough innovations lead the way through market shifts and transformation. She received a BA in religion from Bryn Mawr College and a master of science in positive organizational development and change from the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University.