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Understanding Emotional Intelligence: Improve Your Quality of Life

  • Pamper Garner & Associates 3886 Dayton Boulevard Red Bank, TN, 37415 United States (map)

"The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change." - Carl Rogers

Think about the last time you were really angry. It was around dinner time and you were getting pretty hungry, and  you found yourself at an event you hated. You could feel the heat start to rise, and while you were trying to get a grip on it, you noticed that your windshield had been cracked by a random rock. Suddenly, you got really angry.

These types of situations - from minor inconveniences to major crises - are universally experienced and stir up emotions. And emotions are very powerful. They influence how we perceive the world, how we act, what motivates us to action, and how we make decisions.

Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand, process, and harness emotions, and to recognize their presence in other people. It is an integral component of modern leadership, self-awareness, and building strong relationships.

This class is going to focus on Emotional Intelligence: what it is, why it’s important, how it’s measured, how you can improve your own EQ, and what the benefits are for those who improve.

*This class requires the completion of a personalized assessment, which is included in the cost.

*Limit 8 participants

About the teacher:

Tyler Howell is a consultant with Pamper Garner & Associates. PG&A has been helping companies hire, manage, and develop their people for over 20 years in the Chattanooga area, and has worked with a diverse set of clients from across the business spectrum: industrial manufacturing, restaurants, non-profits, community banks, utilities, churches, and universities. Tyler is passionate about providing his clients with solutions that fit their needs, and is an expert in using assessments to help companies improve their hiring, reduce turnover and conflict, and assemble effective teams. He lives in Red Bank with his wife, Lindsey, and their precocious two-year-old, Oliver.