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may102012

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									                            ADR LUNCHTIME SERIES
                 Communicating with Emotional Intelligence
         Most of us have been conditioned to believe that emotions are not
         welcome in the workplace, that team and work decisions should be
         based upon cold, logical reasons. In short, we leave our emotions at
         home. Today there is a growing body of science in the emerging field of
         Emotional Intelligence (EI), indicating that proper understanding – and
         use of – emotions can be critical to helping us to be more effective
         workers and better communicators.

         Participants at this training session will come away with a working
         knowledge of Emotional Intelligence and an awareness of the five EI
         competencies that will help them become more successful at work.

         Speaker:         Mary R. Jones
                          Senior Executive Service Program Manager
                          U. S. Department of Justice
         Presented by: The Interagency ADR Working Group, Workplace Conflict
         Management Section

         Date:                         Thursday May 10, 2012
         Time:                         Noon-1:30 PM (EASTERN TIME)
                                       Please allow extra time for security procedures
             Location:                 U.S. Department of Energy 
                                       1000 Independence Ave., SW, Room GJ‐015 
                                       Washington, D.C. 20585          
 
            Directions: Orange/Blue Lines‐ Smithsonian/Holocaust Museum/Bureau of Engraving 
and Printing Exit; Yellow Line‐ L’Enfant Plaza/Maryland Ave, Exit. 
 
To attend in person, please register by email to cindy.mazur@dhs.gov and provide name, 
citizenship, and agency/employer by May 4.  Questions?  Please call Cindy Mazur at (202) 
646‐4094.  To participate via teleconference, please call (954) 797‐1657; access code: 900076. 
For questions or problems during the teleconference, please call AT&T specialist at (800) 526‐
2655, folder ID# 939935732.  You can obtain the handouts a few days before this program by 
contacting Cindy Mazur at (202) 646‐4094 or Sharmaine Oliphant at (202) 646‐2835.  If you 
have questions during the program, please e‐mail Victor Voloshin at 
Victor.Voloshin@eeoc.gov. 

								
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