Why is Emotional Intelligence Important? (Series 3)
Tuesday, March 21, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Series 3 - Why is Emotional Intelligence Important?
Changing the way we think, we can change the way we feel and express and manage our emotions.
A call to be receptive to the highest possible emotional quality of life and sign-up for the TeleSeminar. A call to assume responsibility for all our actions as we attempt to excavating our individual authentic self from the subjective contents of our stream of values and managing our emotional life with intelligence.
Where: (By Phone) Purchase your ticket (s) to access the phone number
RSVP Note: Space is limited.
Speaker: Windsor Lindor, Life Coach
Windsor will share tools about changing your Life for the better and approaches that support life-long happiness and success. You will also receive by email the emotional intelligence exercises for Series 3 that will position you to start the process of engaging your maximum intelligence and emotional wisdom through choices that will elevate you mentally and physically. Below are some of the questions Windsor will explore throughout this series:
What are the attributes of emotional intelligence?
What is the result of not embracing the attributes of emotional intelligence?
- Receive the model of how emotions are generated.Y
- ou will have the framework that will allow you to start the process of becoming the captain of your life, having a surer sense of how you really feel about personal decisions.
- You will receive an entry point of what needs to be done in order to manage emotions, become highly productive, recognize emotions in others and successfully handle relationships.
- You will receive ideas about changing your Life for the better and approaches that support life-long happiness and success.
Emotional Intelligence Official Site: http://www.windsorlindor.com/Programs/LifeExpansionemotionalintelligence.html
Windsor Lindor is a nationally-acclaimed Life Coach, Executive Coach, and Project Manager. He brings over 15 years of experience in building effective, productive working relationships. Windsor Lindor is a graduate of Northeastern University and earned a BS in Computer Science. He received his Life Coach training at Coaches' Training Institute (CTI), a premiere International Coaching Federation (ICF) certified coaching program. He also received his certification in Effective Consultant at Leadership Strategies Institute.
Windsor has over 100,000 hours of coaching and has successfully coached clients nationally and internationally (Europe, Asia and North America) to navigating through life's transitions, identifying and understanding how to take care of self in all major aspects of life. Windsor has extensive professional experience with significant executive leadership accomplishments in business, philanthropy, or the nonprofit sector. His qualifications include savvy diplomatic skills and a natural affinity for cultivating relationships and persuading, convening, facilitating, and building consensus among diverse individuals.
Mr. Lindor currently holds several non-profit leadership positions in his community. This includes the Chair of the Finance Committee for multiple non-profit organizations and the Chair and President of the Board of Directors for The East Palo Alto Teen Home since December 2011. Mr. Lindor continues to provide successful governance leadership, oversight and strategic planning support to a community of non-profit organizations.
Through his work and experience in people life development, relationships, organizational development and behavioral change; Windsor Lindor approaches his creative partnership with clients from the standpoint of "What do you want?" and "I am here to assist you." Windsor is truly one of the most inspiring spiritual teachers of our time. He believes, knows spirituality and that, 'emotional intelligence' is based on five elements, self-awareness, motivation, self-regulation (discipline), empathy and adeptness in relationships. More @ www.windsorlindor.com