Desperately Seeking Emotional Intelligence with Dara Rossi, Ph.D.
Emotional Intelligence could be the reason you’re getting ahead in your career or could explain why you’re stuck. If you have it in abundance, there’s a good chance that you are finding fulfillment in your work and relationships, you’re able to communicate and collaborate with a wide array of people, and you’re getting stuff done. If you find yourself unable to understand or explain what you’re feeling, you find it difficult to connect with coworkers, and your team’s engagement is tanking, then you would almost certainly benefit from boosting your EQ score. But how? That’s what today’s episode is all about. About the Guest Dara Rossi, Ph.D. is a Workplace Peace Institute Leadership Academy instructor, facilitator, and ICF-credentialed coach. She holds master’s degrees in business administration and dispute resolution. She is passionate about the personal and professional development of others and helps clients cultivate skills and behaviors that support their success, impact, and fulfillment. She has coached both established and emerging leaders across many industries. She currently serves on the Board for the International Coaching Federation-North Texas. In addition to her coaching and consulting work, Dara teaches graduate leadership university courses and enjoys facilitating training and development programs for a wide range of clients. What You’ll Learn Why, according to a 2022 Gallup poll, people are more unhappy and stressed out than ever How Emotional Intelligence is an “inside out” model and how it can become tool for building human connections How having a high Emotional Quotient (EQ) can help you develop people and build strong teams Whether you can raise your EQ What today’s workforces wants from leaders How Emotional Intelligence can be developed