Meaningful Alignment: Mastering Emotionally Intelligent Interactions at Work and in Life
By Susan Steinbrecher and Robert Schaefer, PhD
, business consultant, licensed mediator and speaker, is CEO of Steinbrecher And Associates, Inc., a management consulting firm that provides professional-development services in the areas of executive coaching, group facilitation, and leadership training. She is an Inc.com columnist and has been a featured expert on MSNBC’s Your Business, the New York Times and Entrepreneur.com. Susan is also the coauthor of Heart-Centered Leadership: Lead Well, Live Well and author of the Amazon bestselling book KENSHO: A Modern Awakening.
Robert Schaefer, Ph.D
. has been with Steinbrecher And Associates, Inc. since 2005 as an Organizational Development (OD) consultant, executive coach, leadership development expert, statistical analyst, research scholar, workshop facilitator, and training systems designer. Robert is a member of the APA (American Psychological Association) and SIOP (Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology). Robert also serves as an adjunct instructor for the MBA program at the University of the People
The difficulty we all face when effectively communicating with coworkers, customers, neighbors, and even family members, is a very real and painful social problem. Our lives have become so immersed in smart technology that contacting one another at any hour of the day or night has become the new normal. In fact, our ability to connect through multiple mediums has never been easier—or more powerful. Unfortunately, this omnipresent connectivity often fails to facilitate encounters that are meaningful and personally rewarding. When we do engage in face-to-face communication, many of us lack the tools required to tackle the difficult subject and to engage the difficult person. Despite the glowing promise of the Information Age making us more productive, we’ve lost what matters the most in the process: the art of conversation.
- Learn the science behind disconnection and the skills required to gain alignment with another
- Learn about maladaptive and adaptive strategies for emotional self-regulation
CCEUs for this program: . .5 Core Competancy and .5 Resource Development