Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers: How to Leverage EQ at Work (and at Home) for Better Relationships and Results

While your intellectual ability is certainly important, when it comes to your success at work—and in life—research shows that emotional intelligence matters more. From productivity to decision-making, to influence and persuasion, EQ accounts for a substantial percentage of your performance. In this course, you will learn how to rapidly increase your emotional intelligence with practical strategies you can apply right away.

In this half-day live virtual session, project managers of all levels will learn how to:

  • Assess strengths, weaknesses, and blind spots in emotional intelligence
  • Identify the motivations driving emotional response in key project stakeholders
  • Develop all four components of emotional intelligence for better project results

Our Training Commitment to You

We are confident you’ll love our virtual learning experiences! Just like a physical classroom, you’ll see and speak to your instructor, participate in discussions and small group activities, and follow along in a writable PDF workbook so you can take notes and reference them later. Your instructor will also be available to you before, during, and after the course to answer questions, PLUS you’ll get access to electronic copies of all the tools or documents we talk about in the class.

The Persimmon Group uses Zoom for all learning events, with multiple security protocols in place to ensure a safe and private event. Zoom not only provides the most interactive features for our classes, but it also allows you to participate on the web (without downloading additional software) if desired.

Earn 4 CEUs/PDUs to apply toward your SHRM and PMI education requirements.

February 25th, 2021
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM CT

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This is a great course for motivating and engaging employees.  I highly recommend this training session if you're in need of information to energize your team.

- Jackie W.

Great information on how to engage and reward the employee; how to ask them questions and not assume how they feel, and how little things mean a lot to others.

- Tammy T.

Emotional Intelligence, I feel, is the most critical and pivotal part of relationships. This course helps to understand the importance and what to do to improve it in yourself and how to help others.

- Jerome J.
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