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Emotional Intelligence (EI) is a group of skills and competencies that help individuals better manage the emotions inherent in the workplace. As a federal leader, it’s important for you to have a deeper understanding of yourself and emotions so you can better interpret and respond to other people’s emotions. Leaders with a greater understanding of EI and how to manage their own emotions are known to facilitate increased productivity and creativity in their teams.
This course will introduce you to the concepts of EI, your skill levels in different areas of EI, and strategies to improve EI functioning. You’ll learn:
This course is designed for all levels of leadership.