Behavioral EQ Webinar To Discuss Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

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CENTENNIAL, Colo. – January 17, 2012 – Harnessing the power of emotional intelligence will be the subject of a free, hour-long webinar.  The TRACOM Group will host “Behavioral EQ: Putting Emotional Intelligence to Work,” on January 26 at 2:00 EST/11:00 PST.

Emotional intelligence has been explored for nearly three decades, and organizations worldwide have implemented EQ programs with impressive productivity benefits.  This webinar looks at several EQ initiatives and identifies the key factors for achieving success.  The webinar will discuss:

•    The business case for EQ
•    EQ success studies
•    The intersection of EQ and successful behavior
•    Harnessing the power of EQ 3G

“EQ has moved from a new concept in the 1980s to a topic of interest among business leaders over the last 20 years,” said Casey Mulqueen, Ph.D., director of research & product development at TRACOM.  “We’re now seeing the third generation of EQ efforts that focus on the specific behaviors that each person can practice to increase their EQ and positively impact their individual and organizational performance.”

Dr. Mulqueen and other TRACOM executives will provide specific advice for people and businesses looking to increase EQ for near-term results including:

•    How the behavioral aspects of EQ can quickly make a difference in the workplace
•    How EQ initiatives have created improved managerial performance, sales results and recruiting efforts
•    How to apply Behavioral EQ to improve their own and their organization’s performance

Casey Mulqueen oversees the research and development of TRACOM’s various assessment instruments and products. He has developed a wide variety of assessments such as personality inventories, 360-degree feedback programs, performance appraisal systems, and employee opinion surveys. He has authored a variety of materials including books, book chapters, and peer-reviewed journal articles. Casey has an M.S. in clinical psychology and a Ph.D. in industrial/organizational psychology.

All webinar participants will receive a copy of TRACOM’s Behavioral EQ Concepts Guide and the new whitepaper, “Putting Emotional Intelligence to Work.”  Those interested in registering for the free webinar can do so at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/223364857.

For more information on emotional intelligence, please visit http://www.tracomcorp.com/training-products/emotional-intelligence/Social-Style-Emotional-Intelligence.html.

About The TRACOM Group
For 50 years, The TRACOM Group has helped individuals and organizations improve workplace performance by building interpersonal skills, improving teamwork and developing leaders. TRACOM offers measurement-based learning models, courses, surveys, assessment tools and consulting services. Much of TRACOM’s work is based on the SOCIAL STYLE Model™, a proven model for effective leadership performance, work and personal relationships.

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Heath Davis Havlick

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