Dateline: Emotional Intelligence Leadership Management Training for the workplace
Byron Stock is an expert in teaching applied Emotional Intelligence skills. He is a self-proclaimed "recovering engineer" and has focused his training and consulting practice solely on applied Emotional Intelligence skill-building development since 1995. He has facilitated more than 50 workshops and given more than 200 presentations on the subject in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Australia. Byron delivers leading-edge technology developed by a non-profit institute. The Institute has been featured on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” “Peter Jennings’ World news Tonight,” CNN, A & E, and “Inside Edition.” In addition to being featured in the Harvard Business Review, the Institute is published in such peer review journals as the American Journal of Cardiology, the Journal for the Advancement in Medicine and Stress Medicine. Byron is published on the subject of Emotional Intelligence in Corporate Board magazine, Global CEO, Performance Improvement, and has recently published his book, SMART EMOTIONS for Busy Business People.
He has worked in Manufacturing Engineering, R & E, Human Resources, Educational Development, and Executive Development. Byron Stock & Associates numbers among it's clients McDonald's, Herman Miller, Con-Way Transportation Systems, GE, Whirlpool, BellSouth, Motorola, The United States Postal Service, Rockwell Automation, and others. Byron holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University and an MBA from Xavier University.
Organizations can help their people develop leadership competencies and gain competitive advantage through providing Emotional Intelligence skill-building.
While some tips/suggestions to reduce stress can be helpful, none hold a candle to the power of enhancing emotional intelligence.