S101: Emotional Intelligence in a Remote World

  • Room: Grand E
  • Session Number:S101
Sunday, July 17, 2022: 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM

Anthony Scardino CGFM
Managing Principal
Calandra Layne
Director, Financial Improvement and Audit Remediation (SES)
United States Department of Defense
Kim Farington CPA
Chief Financial Officer
Lisa Casias CPA
Acting CEO
FirstNet Authority


Remote work and technology are affecting emotional intelligence (EI). Take your EI to the next level with proven methods for handling difficult situations created by remote work and becoming a better communicator. This session is part of a series offered for the past several years with high attendance and full rooms.

Key Take-aways

Key Takeaways:
* Remote work demands better communication skills and accurate interpretation of cues from individuals in virtual settings.
* Changing your methods of communication can defuse or prevent volatile remote work scenarios, especially in technology-based meetings on Teams, Zoom and other apps.
* Navigate the positive and the negative with enhanced EI.

Learning Objectives

Explore ways over EI barriers in the remote working world and skills for better virtual communications. Gather tips to improve remote relationships and how to defuse and prevent volatile situations, often caused by misunderstandings in electronic communications. Understand how to fix remote-world problems and adapt to the way we work now.