A discussion with Ann Gorr regarding Emotional Intelligence in eDiscovery - Communicating Under Stress.
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For several years now, major business publications and research teams have highlighted that a new set of skillsets will be requisite to succeed in this ever changing and frequently automated/streamlined world. Consistently cited among those “soft skills” (which should probably be named as “super skills”!) is EMPATHY also known as EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE. Soft Skills are the hardest to systemize/automate and – as a result - will continue to give humans an edge over AI and other process automation tools. But more importantly, EMPATHY plays a major role in meeting with success within those stressful Change Management and Communications arenas.
On Wednesday, June 9th, Ann Gorr, a legal technology consultant and information governance strategist, will be sharing her thoughts/views with the San Diego Women in eDiscovery Association on how Emotional Intelligence (aka Empathy) is truly not optional for today’s eDiscovery and Data/Information Governance Professional. Join us to gather some tips & tricks on how you can leverage your emotional intelligence, enhance your interpersonal skills, and sprinkle a little bit of Empathy along your career pathway to expand upon your ability to meet with success!
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