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Emotional Intelligence – A Path to Building EI Competency (Part 2)

Posted on Mar 25 2011 under Emotional Triggers, Previous Programs

 Welcome back to Part 2 – Emotional Intelligence – A Path to Building EI Competency with Sheri Callahan. Last week, we introduced the importance of emotional intelligence and the need to raise self-awareness and build a critical skill set. We will identify emotional intelligence competencies and focus on tools, strategies and resources for you to build upon.

Join us as we talk with Sheri Callahan


, the owner of Horizon Consulting Group, based in Columbia SC. Sheri has over 16 years in HR consulting, training, and keynote speaking specializing in employee development and group dynamics. Her education is Bachelor’s in Speech Communication and a Master’s in Human Behavior and Conflict Management. Sheri is also a certified workplace mediator, facilitator of various 360 assessments and past president of the SC State Chapter of the Association for Conflict Resolution. Lastly, Sheri services clients across industry lines in the US and abroad.

More information about Sheri’s practice can be found on her website onthehorizon.net

Your Assignment listener’s is begin a daily professional journal by writing down one thing you are proud of, and one thing you could have done better. Do this for one month and reflect on how you have improved how you recognize and manage your emotions. The assignment is aimed to help you improve your optimism which is a primary factor in influencing others around you.

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