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Emotional intelligence (formerly Conflict and difficult people) Logo aicpa

  $59.00 - 69.00 |   03 Apr 2019 |   12:00-14:00 |   CPE: 2.0 |   AICPA |   Personal Development |   AICPA Store
Use EI to drive success.
Who Will Benefit?
  • All accounting and finance professionals
Key Topics
  • Emotional intelligence
  • EQ vs IQ
Learning Objectives
  • Recall the definition of Emotional Intelligence (EI).
  • Distinguish between EQ and IQ (or EI and IQ).
  • Recall how emotional intelligence manifests in the workplace.
  • Recognize the emotional intelligence competencies.
  • Identify strategies to respond to emotional outbursts in others.

This webcast is part of the Human Intelligence series. Find out more or register for the series here.

Emotional intelligence (EQ or EI) is your ability to identify and manage your own emotions and the emotions of others. This webcast defines emotional intelligence and highlights how it can greatly increase your chances of personal and professional success.

Topics covered:
  • Management accounting: People: Communication, Foundational
  • Employee benefit plan auditing: People: Communication, Foundational
  • Governmental auditing: People: Communication, Foundational
  • Financial accounting & reporting: People: Communication, Foundational
  • Assurance: People: Communication, Foundational
  • Not-for-profit: People: Communication, Foundational
  • IT management & assurance: People: Communication, Foundational
  • Firm practice management: People: Communication, Foundational
  • Tax: People: Communication, Foundational
  • Forensic & valuation services: People: Communication, Foundational
  • Fair value measurement: People: Communication, Foundational
  • Personal financial planning: People: Communication, Foundational

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