We host webinars featuring David Cory, Jill Cory and other members of the EITC team, on a variety of topics related to leadership, emotional intelligence, performance and more. And you are invited to sign up to get our updates by email so you don’t miss our next one! Contact us to discuss a virtual event for your team or organization.

Webinar, November 16, 10am Pacific

Emotional Intelligence in a Pandemic: How to Maintain Connection while Working Remotely

COVID-19 has caused rapid change, uncertain futures, working virtually, and a lot of anxiety as we all determine what this might mean for our futures and the futures of our organizations. Join Jill Cory and David Cory as they discuss how developing the skills of emotional intelligence as found in the EQ-i 2.0 model of EQ can help us all be more resilient ourselves and practice the empathy necessary to maintain connection while working remotely.

Nov 16, 2020 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

A team meets over video conference and shares a laugh before going into their stressful meeting.

EITC Alumni Connection Weekly Online Meeting

Each week EITC Alumni (anyone who has attended any of our courses in the past) are invited to attend a Zoom meeting Wednesdays at 10:00am Pacific time. There is no commitment required and you don’t have to attend all sessions, attend when it works for you. At EITC, we understand the importance of staying connected and learning more about EI together. Know you are not alone, make new friends and be part of a supportive community.

We will discuss how emotional intelligence competencies, as measured by the EQ-i 2.0 and EQ 360, help us to better navigate work and life during a pandemic. Facilitated by members of the EITC team, we will be provide a loose structure designed to create conversation and dialogue. We look forward to seeing you online!

10:00am Pacific, weekly online meeting

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About our webinars, and about us

Join team members, David Cory and others, as they explore how we can assess and develop emotional intelligence to improve performance in individual leaders, their development and the development of their teams.

EITC was one of the first companies in North America to focus on the development of emotional intelligence skills for leaders in 1998 and has since worked with leaders in some of the most progressive companies in the world on many continents.

People are working in online connection, online video contexts.

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