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A Different Kind of Smart: Emotional Intelligence as the Foundation for Successful Change Management Leadership

Emotional intelligence (EQ) is a critical component of any change effort. You may not use the term, but you, and the executives you partner with, use it every day to get great results. When your change efforts are going well, EQ is one of the reasons why. When they aren’t going so well, EQ could certainly be one of the reasons why not. If the leader is a key obstacle to successful change, how will you help him or her transform? Learn how to make EQ a more tangible part of your efforts. And, learn how to translate your leader’s behavior so he or she can understand the impact it has on his or her success. In every great leader, EQ is running in the background when they are mentoring, communicating, championing, influencing, or building coalitions – which are all critical components of successful change. Let’s bring it to the foreground and make it actionable.


Adele B. Lynn

Since 1982, Adele has served as the founder and owner of The Adele Lynn Leadership Group (formerly Lynn Learning Labs), an international consulting, coaching and training firm. Her business focuses on helping individuals and organizations forge trusting relationships and improve productivity and quality through improvements in emotional intelligence and workplace trust. Her work on emotional intelligence is offered through strategic intellectual property partners throughout Latin America, Asia, and Europe.

Adele is the author of 7 books published in 15 languages. Her book, In Search of Honor, Lessons From Workers on How to Build Trust has been critically acclaimed by several sources including the Dallas Morning News who calls it “a little gem of a book.” Her newest book, The EQ Interview has been featured as the cover story for Harvard Management Update.

Adele lectures at numerous colleges and universities throughout the United States. She is a member of the National Speakers Association. Adele has received distinguished alumni awards at both her graduate and undergraduate institutions including the Meritorious Scholar Award and the Meritorious Award.

Janele Lynn

Janele Lynn is the owner of Lynn Leadership Group and a Certified Change Management Professional (CCMP). She provides intellectual property and support on emotional intelligence, organizational change, mentoring and workplace trust to strategic partners throughout North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.

She develops product lines, as well as delivers training and facilitation services. She has provided her expertise in emotional intelligence and mentoring to clients such as Ellwood Mill Products, EGI, JM Family, Adelphoi, Bechtel Bettis, Hansgrohe, Lockheed Martin, Crossroads Programs, Texas Children’s Hospital and DDI.

She has recently developed a pilot mentoring program for millennials called “Blind Leading the Blind or a Brilliant Use of Millennial Talent?” that has received international recognition.


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Lynn Leadership Group

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Microsoft

Expressworks

We are a self-funding organisation and we are able to offer this event free to ACMP members who have paid their membership fee at www.acmpglobal.org, or our Event and Chapter Sponsors. If you do not meet this criteria, please select non-ACMP.

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