What distinguishes exceptional leaders and teams from average ones?
Research shows that Emotional Intelligence (also known as EQ) is twice as important as IQ and technical ability in driving performance. At the most senior levels, it accounts for an incredible 90% of the difference between the top leaders and the rest.
In this session, you’ll learn the 5 elements of emotional intelligence and how you can apply them to improve your own performance as well as that of your team. You can expect to walk away with an immediately actionable set of tools for leading more powerfully, communicating more effectively, improving outcomes, strengthening relationships, and increasing productivity and efficiency on your teams.
Product leaders looking to increase their emotional intelligence in service of becoming a more effective leader, a more powerful communicator, and a more adept builder of high performing teams.
What we'll cover:
Increasing your EQ to become a more effective leader and contributor
Developing greater self-awareness and emotion regulation
Improving team efficiency and productivity
Communicating with greater clarity and impact
Engaging in difficult conversations with enhanced facility and ease
Leading more powerfully during times of crisis
You will learn:
The 5 elements of emotionally intelligent leaders and high performing teams
A 3 step process for increasing your emotional intelligence
Frameworks for communicating with greater clarity and engaging in difficult conversations more effectively
Lauren Weinstein is a communication coach and consultant who works with executives, start-up founders, and product leaders across diverse industries.
For five years, Lauren taught one of the most popular classes at the Stanford Graduate School of Business –– The Essentials of Strategic Communication. She has a popular TEDTalk on overcoming limiting beliefs that is now approaching a million views and her articles on effective communication have been published in Harvard Business Review and Stanford’s GSB Insights.
Through her company Resonate Coaching, Lauren works with private clients, helping them amplify their impact through powerful public speaking, leadership, and interpersonal communication skills. Lauren received her B.A. in psychology from Stanford University and her J.D. from Stanford Law School. She also studied coaching and leadership development at the international Coaches Training Institute.