AppliedEI The Conference – Maximising Your Organisation’s Potential

20 September 2006
Marriot Hotel, Slough/Windsor

A must go to conference if you’re interested in emotional intelligence. Loads to choose from:
Keynote speakers, FREE Individual Effectiveness Profile, exhibitions, launch of AppliedEI – The Importance of Attitudes in Developing Emotional Intelligence by Tim Sparrow & Amanda Knight plus the following sessions:

Authentic Leadership
Amanda Knight
Case studies: SW Peninsula NHS Strategic Health Authority & Skandia Group

What does authentic leadership mean? One simple definition is ‘Being genuine and living out company values’. Individuals who achieve this, inspire others and enhance the company’s reputation. AppliedEI has an important place in leadership development programmes because it boosts those aspects of performance that result in authenticity.
Find out how two organisations have practically implemented AppliedEI in their leadership development programmes and how they can demonstrate tangible performance improvements.

Congruence at the Core
Maureen Bowes
Case Studies: South Somerset Homes & Weymouth and Portland Housing

The culture of your organisation is created by the top team. When top team members act with congruence, they demonstrate being in agreement – they say what they mean, mean what they say and do what they said – and this results in high performance based on integrity and interdependence. Hear two organisations’ experience of an AppliedEI based top team development programme – warts ‘n all.

EI Coaching and Sustained Organisational Success: an OD perspective
John Cooper
Case studies: Higher Education Funding Council for England

Coaching addresses the different development needs of different people and allows organisations to fine tune individual performance with personal goals and team success. With so many coaching interventions available how do you know what brings lasting change and what doesn’t?
These case studies show how AppliedEI brings sustainable changes at an individual level and as part of a multi-faceted Organisational Development Programme.

What EI is and What it is not
Tim Sparrow and Jo Maddocks

Can you explain what EI is to your colleagues? Can you present a case for an EI intervention?
Listen to the experts give clear and understandable definitions of EI, challenge the myths and
clarify the benefits of applying EI in organisations, so that you can understand and explain how AppliedEI makes a real difference.

Afternoon seminars

Accelerating EI Development with Experiential Learning
Matt King

We learn by experience. We learn emotionally intelligent behaviour by understanding EI and putting EI into practice. If we are given learning situations that engage and challenge us emotionally along with our colleagues, then we can all talk the same EI language and understand different perspectives through our shared experience.
Learn how to create the right climate for developing AppliedEI in groups and sample some exercises to take back and apply at your organisation.

EI and Change
Richard Harvey

How do you implement change programmes and improve morale and productivity along the way? This seminar uses practical examples to reveal how introducing AppliedEI to organisational change programmes can deliver successful change outcomes by, for example, anticipating and minimising resistance, assisting change agents and managers to lead the change process and helping people to cope with the personal implications of change.

EI and Competency
Marilyn Latcham

Sometimes you can’t identify what’s lacking in an individual’s performance within the competency framework. It may be that s/he has the ‘wrong’ attitude or doesn’t fit the culture of the organisation. And if this is so, how do you get her/him to have the ‘right’ attitude? To fit the culture?
Find out how AppliedEI can add value across the organisation via a competency framework.

EI and Stress
Julie Want

Self awareness is the starting point for AppliedEI and also for managing stress. Learn about how we can optimise performance by managing our inner demands and resource. This seminar highlights how patterns of emotions and resistance contribute to the stress levels in our lives and how these can be reduced or removed by effective self and relationship management.

Copies of me + you = will be on sale at the peopleintelligence stall. Happy to sign a copy for you!
Book now & see you there.