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Vital Signs for Organizational Performance
Thursday, October 4, 2012 at 10:00 AM (PDT)
What drives people performance?
How do we "take the pulse" and communicate about these drivers?
Organizations talk a lot about "leadership" and "teams" and "culture" -- but what do these mean? The Vital Signs Model is a compelling framework with clear business logic to answer these questions. Rather than starting by talking about emotional intelligence, the VS Model provides a way for internal and external consultants to focus decision-makers on the people-side of performance... and then to make a powerful case for skills like EQ as a solution.
In this free webinar, you will learn...
- What is Six Seconds and what do we do with organizations?
- How does the Vital Signs Model work to define performance?
- What are the Leadership Vital Signs, Team Vital Signs, and Organizational Vital Signs tools?
- How do the VS tools support consultants, trainers, and coaches to improve their business?
When: October 4, 10:00 AM Pacific/ San Francisco (world clock)
Where: Online webinar
How: Register and you'll receive an email with the link -- space is limited, so please only register if you're coming.
Registration is free. Donations are welcome to the Six Seconds EQ Scholarship Fund, used to provide emotional intelligence training and materials to countries that can not otherwise afford these services.
About Your Presenter: Jay Grant
Jay Grant is Six Seconds' Vital Signs Manager, and a consultant and coach partnering with organizational leaders to solve people issues. His background in business as well as health & fitness uniquely positions him to understand and address both the needs of the individual as well as the organization.
A member of Six Seconds’ Advanced Practitioner group, Jay holds a BA in Psychology from Duke University and an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management. His experience spans both large companies such as The Disney Company and The Tribune Company, and high tech start-ups where he contributed as a vice president of marketing. More recently, Jay owned and operated a personal fitness studio in San Francisco, and is certified by the American College of Sports Medicine and the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a health & fitness instructor.
Jay's past clients include Ceridian, Kirkpatrick & Lockhart, CNET, American Express, J.P. Morgan Chase, and Hewlett-Packard. In this work he helps corporations realize significant savings and increased productivity by creating an optimally healthy workforce. Jay’s unique approach succeeds by integrating best practices and leading science on emotional intelligence, health, and behavior change.