How often do you consider emotion when in a leadership role? Technical competencies for craft, supervision and management now include both mental and emotional skills & abilities. Critical thinking skills like concentration and organization are integral to lead teams to safety success, as well as emotional intelligence skills and abilities like empathy, accountability and relationship management.
In this session, Human Performance & Emotional Intelligence expert Parrish Owen Taylor will identify the Map5 Competency Model for understanding Emotional Quotient. Self-competencies one, two and three on the Map5 are demonstrated with an individual's personal performance and Social-competencies four and five are directly related to one’s ability to effectively lead others to safe, productive objectives. You will learn proprietary exercises for self-checking and peer to peer engagements to hone these skills and take your leadership to the next level.
1. Identify your personal performance skills & abilities
2. Identify your leadership effectiveness skills & abilities
3. Identify field activities for self-checking & peer to peer engagements (chatter check card)
Speaker: Parrish Owen Taylor with Taylor-Made Concepts, LLC
Background: Parrish Owen Taylor is the Managing Director of Taylor-Made Concepts originally founded in April of 1993. Parrish is a published author and international consultant in the field of adult learning, leadership and organizational development. Parrish is a 1988 graduate of Purdue University and has served his community as Past-President for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Louisiana.
Parrish has successfully implemented workforce development strategies in the US and Canada, and within a variety of public and private sectors to include electric utility, oil and gas, law enforcement and sports/athletics.
Parrish has a proven 27-year track record working with world class companies within the core disciplines of Emotional Intelligence and Human Performance.
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