Human Intelligence Series 1 - Mentor, Coach and Lead with Emotional Intelligence
This three-part webcast series will help you develop the skills that make you uniquely human and position you to take advantage of the new opportunities that await.
NASBA Field of Study
Simon Horton, Andrea Harding
Disruption is changing the workplace.
More and more tasks are becoming automated and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities are improving. Industries are being disrupted, and we increasingly find ourselves partnering with robots and AI. In this environment human skills have become even more valuable.
Develop your human skills.
This three-part webinar series will help you develop the skills that make you uniquely human and position you to take advantage of the new opportunities that await.
Included in this series:
Coaching vs Mentoring - Explains the differences between coaching and mentoring and outlines techniques to help colleagues and peers develop and grow.
Emotional Intelligence - Defines emotional intelligence and highlights how it can greatly increase your chances of personal and professional success.
Leading vs. Managing - Explains the differences between managing and leading and helps you identify when it's appropriate to manage and when it's appropriate to lead.
- All accounting and finance professionals who want to enhance their performance and build strong work relationships
- Understand and distinguish between how to manage and how to lead
- Emotional intelligence
- Coach and mentoring techniques
- Identify the differences between leading and managing
- Recall the definition of Emotional Intelligence (EI)
- Recognize the similarities and differences between coaching and mentoring
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