Past Webinars with Roger Pearman, Ed.D.
Crises in Emotional Intelligence
The number of instruments and materials created to provide you with insights into emotional intelligence has grown exponentially in the last decade. You need to know what do scientists say—neurologists, experimental psychologists, and behavioral researchers—and how to critique EQ/EI claims.
As the saying goes, “Learning is an experience. Everything else is information.” Flexibility is at the core of learning and adaptation to the conditions in which you are working to survive and thrive.
Soft Skills are the Hardest
Anyone who knows about training or coaching “soft” skills knows that this kind of language is a lie and a discredit to our work. This webinar will cover the ten most difficult, most challenging, and most essential interpersonal skills known to human kind.
Neuroscience on Why Learning Fails and How to Turn it Around
Learning failure is fixable. This webinar gives you the hard science and the facts—there are no short cuts in learning.
Charisma and Gravitas
There are no more enigmatic topics in leadership than charisma and gravitas. The good news: there are clues about how to develop these remarkable attributes.
Innovation, Invention, and Play
Leaders are not always expected to be innovative or inventive, but every leader can create the conditions that foster innovation and invention.
You Cannot Shrink to Greatness: Enriching Your EQ
Many individuals keep using the skills and capabilities they’ve enriched over time, You can identify the key elements of emotional intelligence to enrich that will allow you to grow into your current and future challenges. Join us to learn how.
Burning: How Burnout is Robbing Us of Talent and What to Do About it
There is an emerging consensus that burnout is creating more than a silent drain on management talent, it is a killer of health and well-being.
The Eye of the Needle through which Teams Must Traverse for Success
There is one specific behavior pattern that always is the precursor of effectiveness.
Being “Had” by your Emotions, Biases, and Habits of Mind and How to Learn from It
The evidence tells us that human beings are born with several “deep programs” that are constantly running and which greatly bias our perceptions and distort our judgments. This webinar covers key biases which you can immunize yourself (and others) against and how to use the most powerful bias of all for your well being.
Type and Trait: Behavior Patterns for Teams
The factors of any behavioral model blend together and produce powerful patterns that teams can learn from and use to accelerate their effectiveness. Learn the nature of these models and how teams can use the insights to move forward.
Leading in a System—Distributing Power through Partnership
Organizations have these roles: tops, middles, bottoms, vendors, and customers. Each of these roles are essential for organizations. This webinar will look at self-awareness, self-management, and managing relationships.
What the Buddha Said—A Look at the Power of Personalized Learning
“Beings are the owners of their action, heirs of their action.” Buddha. Join us to learn the barriers to and the builders of the bridge that takes you from knowing to doing.
Millennials and Digital Learning—Competing Commitments
Millennials have certain digital expectations and the failure to meet those will create a host of challenges for coaches, training facilitators, and training designers. Learn how to help Millennials grasp the predictable leadership challenges of the future.
Agile Learners Use Headwinds
Being agile means knowing what to do and when to do it. This webinar looks at an array of learning tactics that agile learners use to maximize their opportunities for greater effectiveness.
Neuroscience and Personalized Learning—Maximizing your Brain Potential
The neurological mechanisms of learning are as immutable as the laws of physics. This webinar will review the key issues we need to keep in mind to make learning easier and more naturally aligned with how we develop.
Direction, Alignment, Commitment: Three Keys to Leadership Success, with Dr. Roger Pearman
Technical skills like engineering, accounting, and marketing are essentially 50% of the equation while instilling leadership is the other 50%.
US: Why Type Matters in Leadership and Team Effectiveness
Teams often have a clear objective which becomes obscured by a failure of teaming skills. Attend this webinar for practical tips on using type to optimize teams.
Author and motivator Carol Dweck noted that seeking feedback, being open to and curious about possibilities, and eagerness to understand reflect an orientation toward growth.
Trust is a 4 Letter Word
Leaders will argue that the fundamental currency—the very life blood of being a leader—is building and keeping trust.
Transformative Views of Performance Five
Explore the transformative nature of the Five Factor Model and learn why we call it Performance Five.
Power of Listening
When I interview people about their bosses, I ask what one thing would make them more effective and 90% of the time the answer is, "be a better listener."
People Stuff of Business
The votes are in, the selection is over, and the people challenges--- like motivating others and inspiring innovation---win 80% of the votes for what is tough in business.
Learning and Leadership
There is one single factor that all of the research on leaders point to: learning agility is the single most essential quality for effectiveness.
Empowering Questions for Leaders and Coaches
Leadership is the art of microinteractions and among the most powerful interactions to have is when a question is asked.
Three Essential Processes in Coaching
Leader Coaches have a tremendous challenge to balance the paradoxes associated with both leading and coaching others.
Solutions for Competency System Failures in Talent Management
The news that all of the various competency based talent and performance management systems are failing in many places is no surprise.
Essential Emotional Competencies of Learning Agility
Arguably the single most important element of effectiveness in any role is how learning agile an individual may be.
Mapping the Matrix Lens to the Top 10 Leadership Development Needs
Learn what the links are and what to do to enhance leadership developing in your coaching of others or facilitation of leadership initiatives.
Using Emotional Competencies in an Emotionally Intelligent Way
Learn the basis of the 54 competencies in the Emotional Competency library, how to select the most useful, and then transcend assessments to develop those competencies.
Top 5 Tactics for Coaching with Emotional Competencies.
Top 5 Tactics for Coaching with Emotional Competencies
Matrix Insights has built a learning platform to promote increasing emotional competence. Though this webinar, learn about the 54 emotional competencies, the three key domains and eleven people skill families embedded in this learning system.
Agile Leadership: The Difference for Success
Learn in one hour what 40 years of research and applying psychology has taught Roger Pearman. Understand his insights from working with thousands of effective leaders from 5 continents, countless cultures, and multiple assessment models.
The Link Between Personality Type and Leadership Development
Learn how knowledge of Personality Type accelerates leadership development by providing more relevant and targeted perspectives and action tips.