Emotionally Intelligent Teams | The Center for Corporate and Professional Development | Kent State University

Emotionally Intelligent Teams

What makes some teams more successful than others? It is their level of trust and confidence in each other. Often, building trust can be difficult and allusive. Understanding Emotional Intelligence and how it relates to team success is the key to achieving this trust. In this program you will learn how the four components of Emotional Intelligence: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship management are the building blocks to unlock your team’s potential and effectiveness. You will discover your own strengths and the value you bring to a team, as well as how to leverage the strengths of others to make a more cohesive and high performing unit.

  • What is emotional intelligence and why it is important to your team?
  • Self-awareness
  • Self-management
  • Social and Team Awareness
  • Team Relationship Management
  • Emotionally Intelligent Team
  • Strengths-based Action Planning

This eight-hour program is targeted for any associates in an organization working in teams.


We can tailor this program and deliver it on-site for your employees and leaders.

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Facilitator

Kristy Frieden Kristy Frieden

Kristy Frieden, MS, specializes in motivating, training and coaching professionals, executives and physicians in the areas of leadership, customer service, emotional intelligence and employee engagement.

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