Great leaders in finance move us - they inspire, motivate, and energize us. How? Through Emotional Intelligence (EQ).
What some people dismiss as soft skills, are sometimes the hardest skills to acquire.
Research found that EQ is 6x more important than IQ for outstanding leadership and success and even people with many apparent EQ strengths can benefit from understanding those areas of EQ where they have room to grow and can flex further.
If you aspire to improve your ability to lead and influence others effectively join us.
Explanation of the science behind Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
10 x EQ competencies, which are learned and learnable capabilities
Art of developing better EQ, focusing on the EQ competency of Adaptability
Insights, tools and strategies to adapt and respond effectively to the rapidly changing world.
Alina Addison, Executive Coach and EQ Leadership Facilitator, Adaptaa
Alina is an accredited executive coach with extensive business skills and leadership experience. Alina worked for 15 years as an investment banker with Rothschild, latterly as a Managing Director and Head of Trading. She is a qualified chartered accountant, having previously worked with PwC. Alina has delivered numerous EQ workshops to many investment banks and private equity and asset management firms and has an EQ certification from RocheMartin, to administer and interpret EQ psychometric reports. In her spare time, Alina is a board advisor and fund raiser for her three chosen charities and the owner of a boutique hotel in Transylvania.
Ana Bartolo, Steering Committee Member, PRMIA, London
Ana is member of the London Steering Committee of PRMIA. She works for Barclays in the risk department. Prior to this Ana held various risk roles at Fortis, Santander and Banco BPI.