Webvent

From Theory to Results: Unlock your organization's full potential with Emotional Intelligence

Wednesday, June 29, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Marc Brackett, Director, Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, Yale University and Andrea Hoban, Co-Founder and Head of Learning, Oji Life Lab
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Let’s face it, we’ve seen it before when it comes to implementing emotional intelligence (EI): a promise to improve team dynamics, engagement, productivity, and organizational culture. Yet, the outcome falls flat. Many programs fail because they focus on theory and don’t train people on the nuts and bolts of how to make EI happen. During this webinar, you will learn about the current state of EI training along with a practical approach to implementing emotional intelligence learning at both a team and organizational level. The importance of EI in driving good decision making, employee engagement, and overall productivity as well as the latest research on emotions in the workplace and how EI has an impact far beyond “being happy” will also be discussed. In addition, you will learn best practices from various organizations that the presenters worked with, including Biosense Webster (part of Johnson & Johnson), Kohler, and Google, and explore topics such as attaining program buy-in, design, implementation, and measurable outcomes.

You will walk away with:

  • A foundational understanding of the importance to recognize, understand, and regulate emotions and how they impact decision making and productivity
  • Several tools and strategies to recognize emotional cues and how to go about addressing them
  • Insights into implementing emotional intelligence practices at a team or organizational level

Presenters

Marc Brackett
Marc Brackett

Director, Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, Yale University

Marc Brackett, PhD, is the founder and director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, a professor in the Child Study Center of Yale University, and a founding advisor of Oji Life Lab. He is the lead developer of RULER, an evidence-based approach to social and emotional learning that has been adopted by nearly 2,000 pre-K through high schools across the US and in other countries. He also serves on the board of directors for the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL).

Marc speaks to tens of thousands of people each year on behalf of many companies and at various venues, including the White House; US Departments of Education, Justice, and Defense; the Surgeon General’s office; the New York Times; Microsoft; Google; Facebook; and Twitter. Also, he has been the keynote speaker at more than 500 conferences around the world.

Marc is the author of Permission to Feel: Unlocking the Power of Emotions to Help Our Kids, Ourselves, and Our Society Thrive, published by Celadon (Macmillan). The book has been translated into 20 languages.
 


Andrea Hoban
Andrea Hoban

Co-Founder and Head of Learning, Oji Life Lab

Andrea Hoban is the co-founder and head of learning at Oji Life Lab. Before Oji Life Lab, she parlayed her career as a top sales executive at Robert Half into a leadership role in their learning organization, where she was global head of skills training. As a certified coach, speaker, and practitioner, she has helped tens of thousands of professionals make leaps forward in their professional and personal lives.

At Oji, she reimagines the way we learn skills like emotional intelligence and decision making, translating world-class research into programs that fuse self-paced mobile learning and live, coach-led experiences. She speaks regularly at in-person and virtual conferences and is recognized by clients as combining “industry expertise, emotional intelligence, humor, clever insights and strong communication skills, which make her highly effective at guiding the growth and development of others.”


Sponsors

  • Oji Life Lab

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