|Date||October 2, 2019|
|Time||3:40 PM – 4:30 PM|
A strong team thrives using clear concise communication. Many times, our communication as managers can be muddled because of our personal level of self-awareness combined with varying professional backgrounds. This discussion explores melding emotional intelligence and highly intelligent teams to drive hyper-technical projects to closure. By using behavior modeling taught by Dr. BJ Fogg from Stanford University, the studies conducted by Dr. Daniel Goleman from Harvard University, and Hersey's Situational Leadership model I will go over a simplified way to impact every person on a team creating positive repeatable results. We will also discuss how to incorporate these concepts personally, finetuning our ability to be self-aware in any moment creating the ability to navigate and solve complex unexpected challenges. I will present a combined approach that starts with us as individuals and expands on those concepts teaching where, when, and how to apply the same principals to a team. Prompting and sparking the desired result. This is based on the concepts that not every person has the same motivational triggers and not every challenge is overcome with one technique. Many times, the more complex the project or challenge the more simplified the solution approach becomes and conversely a challenge that seems or appears simple requires a layered solution.