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Posted 8.17.06

Great leaders move us. They move us through a basic human process - our emotions. Although they talk of strategy and competition, the great leaders establish a deep emotional connection with others called resonance. They are literally, in tune with others around them. Their own levels of emotional intelligence allow them to create and nurture these resonant relationships. They use their EI as a path to resonant leadership through mindfulness, hope and compassion. But these are also the experiences essential to renewal of the human organism at the neurological, hormonal, emotional, and behavioral levels. Based on decades of research into emotional intelligence competencies and longitudinal studies in their development, Professor Richard Boyatzis will lead the audience through examples of what resonance looks and feels like, as well as ideas as to develop someone's "resonant leadership" capability, their emotional intelligence, and the experiences of mindfulness, hope, and compassion.

This session will address the following:

1. The experience of "resonant leadership" in an organization, the role of emotional intelligence, mindfulness, hope and compassion

2. Understanding the cycle of stress/sacrifice and renewal at the neural and behavioral levels ‘

3. A process for developing sustainable improvement on EI and resonant leadership

4. How to coach others to develop EI, resonant leadership, mindfulness, hope and compassion

When: September 6, 2006

Where: Hilton Beachwood: 3663 Park East drive/216.464.5950 (Chagrin and I-271 area)

RSVP: RSVP by September 1, 2006 with Brad at 216.577.5372 or bdshrock@mac.com

Schedule:
5:30 p.m. – Networking
6:00 p.m. – Dinner
6:45 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. – Program

Cost: $40 for members/$50 for non-members (copy of Resonant Leadership included in registration fee)

Questions: Contact Programming Chair, Scott Allen at scott@cldmail.com or 216.224.7072.



 



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