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Michael Hartsfield

Assistant Professor, Regent University School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, International Presenter and Consultant

Listen now to "Emotional Intelligence"

Emotional Intelligence

Researched for more than a decade, emotional intelligence is now emerging as possibly a better predictor of success than IQ and has found application in business, education, medicine and the military. But, what is emotional intelligence? Dr. Michael Hartsfield provides a brief overview of the history and research behind emotional intelligence, what it means and how it affects our leadership in all aspects of life.

About the Speaker
Michael Hartsfield, Ph.D. serves as an assistant professor in the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship at Regent University. In addition to this role, he is an international presenter focusing on transformational leadership and the role of spirituality in leadership; a private sector consultant to churches and non-profits; and has been involved with leadership coaching that focuses on working with the leader’s emotional intelligence. His work with organizations emphasizes leadership practices that balance relational and task functions to create sustainable organizational effectiveness.

About Leadership Talks
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