Effective Leadership Through the Process of Emotional Connection

ASHRM On-Demand Webinar

Member: $39.00
Non-Member: $99.00

 

CE Credit: 1

Domain: Leadership

Level: Practitioner

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Throughout this prerecorded webinar, you will learn more about how the new science of emotional connection provides key concepts for being an effective leader and creating engaging, effective, and performing teams.

This webinar provides an overview of the science of emotional connection, covering key concepts in creating safe and secure bonds with team members and patients. Successful teams are those that foster and maintain a culture of CONNECTION. A place where people support and help each other and willing to collaborate, a place where everyone feels part of the team.
 
The Emotional Connection process or EmC is designed to engage every person on the team in understanding the ineffective strategies that start negative interactional cycles. The EmC process is based on scientific research and adult bonding where emotional connection is seen as the most powerful motivational force in our brain.
 
This webinar will provide you with specific techniques and skills to align and connect on a deeper emotional level to get everyone involved in better collaborating, engaging, and performing - creating better results and improving company culture.
 
Human beings thrive in a safe environment. When people feel a sense of belonging and connection, they feel valued and important, and they perform at their best.

Objectives:

  • • Discuss the key concepts of the new science of emotional connection.
  • • Describe the 3-stage EmC process on how to transform negative interactions into positive and secure bonds of connection.
  • • List the five specific skills and techniques used to in creating an emotional connection in day-to-day interactions.

 

Presenter:
Dr. Lola Gershfeld, PsyD

Product Code 322LS165
ASHRM CE Credits 1.0
CNE Credits 1.0
Domain Leadership
Level - Foundational (F), Practitioner (P), Advanced (A) P
Publication Date 2/11/19
Next Review July 2021

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