Thursday, November 12, 2015
12 noon – 1 p.m. EST
Presented By: Alan G. Morse, Ph.D. BCC
While strategy, vision, and cutting edge ideas are directly related to the “what” of leadership, emotion is the underlying factor that addresses the “how.”Dr. Morse will review competencies of emotional leadership and define four leadership styles to help distinguish between “dissonant” leadership and “resonant” leadership. Using the theory of Emotional Intelligence, he’ll make the case that the ability of both leaders and followers to emotionally connect results in an organizational culture that is more engaged and ultimately, more effective.
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About the presenter:
Dr. Morse is a consulting and clinical psychologist and a Board Certified Coach, with over 25 years of experience providing specialized consultation, health and wellness services, and crisis management for organizations, management groups, and individual clients. Dr. Morse has combined exceptional consulting skills with a sophisticated understanding of organizational dynamics to support executive leadership, accelerate management development, and improve employee performance. His areas of expertise include developing emotionally intelligent leaders, implementing a culture of positive engagement in the workplace, and managing change in today’s fast-paced business environment. Dr. Morse completed his undergraduate degree at Georgetown University, his graduate degree from Catholic University and his Ph.D. from the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego.