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Emotional Intelligence at Work
Presenter:  Sue Freeman, CCOHS
Availability:  On demand - watch it now

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Product Description

From a definition by Dr. Reuven Bar-On, emotional intelligence is “an array of non-cognitive capabilities, competencies, and skills that influence our ability to succeed in coping with environmental demands and pressures.” Through practical examples, learn what emotional intelligence means for personal and professional growth, developing successful teams and satisfying clients.

About the Presenter

Sue Freeman is a senior member of CCOHS' communications team, where she develops educational and marketing materials, administers the speaker bureau and conference program, and speaks on workplace mental health as part of CCOHS' Mental Health @ Work group. Certified as both an experiential psychotherapist and emotional intelligence coach, she brings a unique perspective to promoting social causes that benefit the health, safety and well-being of workers in Canada. Sue holds a Master's degree in Science-Marketing from the London School of Business and Finance and the University of Wales, Cardiff.

Length: 21 minutes This webinar was presented on May 3, 2016. For a PDF copy of the presentation slides, please contact

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You must have Windows Media 9.0 or higher to view the recorded webinar. You do not need a microphone or a telephone to listen to this webinar - just listen to the presentation through your computer's speakers or headphones.

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