Topic: Team Building with Emotional Intelligence: Key Behaviors to Success
Communication, collaboration and emotional management play key roles in the success of effective teamwork in organizational settings. At the team level there are seven emotional and social skill strengths that have been identified as essential building blocks of team performance. When these emotional and social intelligence skills are recognized and managed at the team level, organizations are better prepared to leverage group interaction and gain sustainable productivity around tasks. Teams who show a higher than average emotional intelligence (EI) level not only function at a higher level when compared to lower EI groups, but also benefit in their ability to handle organizational change and make decisions. Core EI skills for teams, a model of collaborative team development, as well as benefits for greater team success will be discussed.
Speaker: Dana Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Dana Clark is President of Organizational Talent Solutions, LLC and has over 25 years of personality assessment and training experience assisting public and private companies, non-profit and government agencies identify and manage their organizational talent and training needs. As a former senior behavior expert with the CIA, she has also provided behavioral assessment training to law enforcement and the intelligence community where the veracity of information can make a critical difference in high stakes decision making. Dr. Clark is professionally certified in emotional intelligence assessment and her work with organizations allow for the optimal use of personality assessment to achieve extraordinary results in the hiring, placement, development and retention of valued employees. Dr. Clark has a doctoral degree in Counseling and Human Systems from Florida State University; a Masters in Counseling, and Bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech.
SIG Description: The Baltimore-Washington SIG aims to bring together OD professionals from the Baltimore-Washington region who are interested in sharing best practices for developing high performing teams. Monthly programs will include opportunities to experience team-building activities, and to discuss and share current interpersonal and group process topics and experiences.
Who would benefit from attending: Organization Development professionals
Booz Allen Hamilton
Airport Square II
900 Elkridge Landing Rd.
Linthicum MD 21090- (close to BWI airport)
Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel your reservation for this event, please contact the SIG leader Pat Foye to notify her of that change.
SIG Leader: Pat Foye (email@example.com | 301-821-8522)
Meeting Frequency & Format: Second Wednesday of each month from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
SIG Leader Bio:
Pat Foye has a Master’s degree in Applied Behavioral Science from Johns Hopkins University and Skilled Facilitator Master Certificate from JHU. For two decades, Pat has been active in the learning and development industry, designing and delivering unique learning programs that incorporate experiential learning elements. Pat has facilitated training on MBTI, leadership, team effectiveness, facilitation, communication and feedback. As an internal consultant, Pat built an innovative OD consulting practice that provided adoption risk assessments for technology implementations. While at Booz Allen, Pat has helped to grow their internal team effectiveness resources and services. Pat is passionate about helping organizations succeed by improving people and team processes.