The Secret to Becoming an Emotionally Intelligent Leader – please join me for a tweet chat Tuesday, August 22nd!

The value and power of Emotional Intelligence are well accepted. In fact, how we manage our own and others’ emotions can determine our own effectiveness as a physician and a leader.   It’s my pleasure to invite you to join the international discussion of how to best use our emotions in the healthcare setting on Tuesday, August 22nd at 8:30 PM Eastern.  Hosted by the American Association for Physician Leadership and HCLDR, we will explore this important and timely topic and focus on 4 questions:

  • How have emotions helped or hindered you in your career?
  • When does expressing emotions seem like an act of strength, rather than a weakness?
  • How can expressing your emotions help to form your reputation as an effective leader?
  • What are some tactics for expressing emotions in a constructive way, that have worked successfully for you?

Here’s a blog post to pique your interest and provide additional resources on the topic.

To join the chat, log on to your Twitter account and search #hcldr – I hope to see you there!

Helane

@helanefronekmd

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About Helane Fronek

Over the past 28 years I have had a fascinating and fulfilling career in medicine, initially practicing as a general internist and then as a procedural specialist, caring for patients with vein disorders. As Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at UC- San Diego School of Medicine, I’m thrilled to be teaching medical students crucial communication skills along with many other aspects involved in the practice of medicine.
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