Watkinsville, GA (PRWEB) March 29, 2006
High Performing Systems, Inc., will present three EQ-i Certification workshops in Athens, Georgia, led by Henry L. Thompson, Ph.D., on:
June 26-28 2006
September 11-13 2006
December 4-6 2006
Participants will learn how Emotional Intelligence concepts can help them become more marketable -- increase their coaching effectiveness, improve relationships, increase their skills to work with leaders as well as teams, and more.
The Emotional Quotient Inventory ® (EQ-i®), created by Dr. Reuven Bar-On, is the first scientifically validated measure of Emotional Intelligence. Based on over 20 years of research, EQ-i has been tested on over 110,000 people worldwide. Research indicates that Emotional Intelligence (EI) is a key determinant of one's success in life -- even more so than IQ.
This Workshop will prepare individuals to: Administer the EQ-i and provide feedback on the results; Explore relationships between EQ-i and other psychological assessments; including the MBTI ® instrument; Discuss the reliability and validity of the EQ-i; Create developmental plans and much more.
Dr. Thompson is President and CEO of High Performing Systems, Inc. (HPS) a management consulting and training firm near Athens, Georgia. Over the past 35 years Dr. Thompson has gained valuable experience leading and building high performing teams -- from the battlefield (Vietnam Veteran) to the Boardroom. Dr. Thompson has integrated EI concepts into his Leadership Potential Equation, a proprietary system for assessing current as well as future Leadership Potential.
HPS provides enterprise-wide leadership solutions such as leader selection and development, retention, succession planning, executive team development and strategic planning. State-of-the-Art assessments that focus on leadership, cognitive ability, emotional intelligence, interaction styles and teamwork provide the often hidden information critical to making the right hiring and promoting decisions. For more information visit http:http://www.hpsys.com
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