GMS TALENT L P Introduces Leadership Development with A Focus on Emotional Intelligence

There are no leadership roles that do not depend, heavily, upon ones ability to communicate with others and inspire them to move in a desired direction. Effective communication and, as a result, leadership is driven by emotional intelligence. Raising the emotional skills of leaders is fundamental to improving a leaders performance. GMS TALENT and Ei Powered Leadership promise an upward spirialing competency level among new and experienced leaders.

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"We are very excited about this new effort because it gives us a chance to give to those that give so much to others"- Stephen J. Blakesley

Hoursotn, TX (PRWEB) July 30, 2012

Ten years in the making,GMS TALENT is rolling out a powerful leadership tool - Ei Powered Leadership. A workshop for leaders and aspiring leaders that addresses the most basic, but often over looked leadership essential, emotional intelligence.

Designed by Executive Coach, Stephen J. Blakesley to address the needs of leaders to move beyond their technical ability and product and process knowledge, Ei Powered Leadership is a one-day workshop focusing on what leaders need to move themselves and others to a higher level.

The one-day, open event is to be held in Houston Texas, September 26th, 2012. Blakesley says; "Leadership is a demanding role and not for the weak or undetermined and it all begins with self-awareness. Ei Powered Leadership will, if nothing else, give every attendee a clear picture of their emotional skills and how they are impacting results."

Additionally, "... leaders, at all levels, are in need of stress management methods that address their own needs and allow them to make better decisions. When they complete this one-day event, they will ," he goes on to say.

"Possibly the most powerful take-away for leaders is a skill that allows them to raise and lower their level of Optimism when tested against reality," Blakesley adds. "We are very excited about this new effort because it gives us a chance to give to those that give so much to others," says Blakesley. "We are approaching this effort in a determined but cautious state, because we want to deliver quality and not be pressured by the high response level, he finishes.


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