Emotional Intelligence Skills for Lawyers
Learning about and developing your emotional intelligence skill-set, also referred to as EQ, can make you a more effective communicator, a better leader, reduce stress, create resilience, and avoid conflict. It has been studied and widely understood that lawyers with enhanced EQ perform better in stressful situations, have improved client relations, bounce back more quickly from setbacks and lead happier and more balanced lives.
An exclusive six-session series on emotional intelligence will take place at D.C. Bar headquarters from Noon - 1:30 p.m. on March 3, March 17, March 31, April 21, May 5 and May 12. Please e-mail Daniel Mills, asst. director, PMAS, Regulation Counsel, for more information or register here.
Emotional Intelligence Skills for Lawyers.
Click here for a short video with Michelle Cotter Richards, Esq., executive coach for lawyers.
Who Should Attend the Series?
Click here for a short video with Denise J. Perme, manager, D.C. Bar Lawyer Assistance Program.