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Smart Fun: Leveraging Creative and Emotional Intelligence at Work

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Smart Fun: Leveraging Creative and Emotional Intelligence at Work
Date:
December 17, 2012 at 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
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Description
Creativity is the most important leadership quality for business success in today’s complex and uncertain world. At least that’s what 60% of CEOs told the famed IBM Global CEO Study in 2010. In 2012, the repeat study found that the majority of CEOs were strongly focused on fostering collaborative environments to draw out the creative power of their workforces. These leaders clearly know that creativity doesn’t happen in a vacuum. It’s not surprising that a vital pre-requisite for creativity is emotional intelligence. As it turns out, we can fully develop our creative intelligence only when we’ve developed certain critical emotional and social competencies that make up emotional intelligence.

Join Kathy Jordan, PhD and Judy Skoglund, creativity and leadership experts, as they help you learn more about how to develop and leverage creativity in support of your organization's mission and goals. During this webinar, you'll explore the fascinating connections between creative intelligence and emotional intelligence. You’ll tap into your own creative powers and emotional intelligence —and be inspired to boost the creative and emotional intelligence of your organization’s leaders. You’ll also have fun participating in a short experiential activity that you can use with your own teams to tee up the value of workplace creativity.

You will learn:
•       How creative intelligence, when supported by emotional intelligence, enhances workplace performance
•       Myths and facts about creative intelligence
•       7 elements of creative intelligence that successful leaders share with great artists such as Pablo Picasso and Mary Cassatt and master innovators such as Grace Murray Hopper and Steve Jobs.
•       How emotional intelligence enhances your ability to be creative in the workplace
Who Should Participate
Managers, leaders, and human resources professionals
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Recommended Resources
"Becoming a Life Change Artist: 7 Creative Skills to Reinvent Yourself at Any Stage of Life," by Fred Mandell PhD and Kathleen Jordan PhD, Avery/Penguin Group, 2010;

“When Sparks Fly: Harnessing the Power of Group Creativity”, by Dorothy Leonard-Barton and Walter C. Swap, Harvard Business Review Press, 2005;

“The Progress Principle: Using Small Wins to Ignite Joy, Engagement, and Creativity at Work”, by Teresa Amabile and Steven Kramer, Harvard Business Review Press, 2011
Categories
Human Resources Management
Leadership
Organizational Development
Performance Management
Workforce Planning and Analytics
Culture
Competencies
High Performing Teams
Employee Satisfaction/Engagement
Creativity and Innovation
Change Management
Global Leadership
Leadership Philosophies
Corporate Culture
Leadership Retention
Leading Others
Leading Change
Leadership Competencies
Collaboration
Developing and Coaching Others
Leadership Training and Development
Train Your Leaders
HR As Consultant
The HR Practitioner
Structure and Organization
HR in Canada
What You Will Learn
  • How creative intelligence together with emotional intelligence enhances performance
  • 7 elements of creative intelligence that successful leaders share with master artists and innovators
  • Myths and facts about creative intelligence
  • How emotional intelligence enhances your ability to be creative
Sponsored by
MHS Inc.
MHS Inc.
Celebrating 30 years of helping professionals like you help others. Since 1983, MHS has been a leading publisher and distributor of psychological assessment tools. www.mhs.com
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Judy Skoglund
think2perform

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Kathy Jordan PhD
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