Session on Emotional Intelligence and Productivity

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Session on Emotional Intelligence and Productivity - Aug 03, 2018

Introduction :

In “Principles of Psychology” published in 1890, Vol.1, William James, Father of American Psychology wrote “My experience is what I agree to attend to”.


This statement forms the basis for true productivity at workplace and is time-neutral with high relevance even today. With decreasing attention spans, high number of distractors and increasing contribution of emotional intelligence to the task outcomes, it is imperative that young HR Professionals be appraised of true enablers of productivity at workplace. HR Professionals are the ambassadors of the concept of productivity and can mobilize a large mass of employees towards this goal through their increased awareness, wide network and role in policy formulation as key influencers in the organizations.

Objectives :

  • To explore the concepts of emotional intelligence, attention management and collaboration in the contemporary workplace

  • To relate the three concepts with each other in order to be most productive at workplace.

  • To enlist HR Professionals towards the above objectives in order to drive productivity of the organization.  

Program Agenda :

The session will focus on the following:

  •  Construct of Emotional Intelligence from the lens of Internal Focus: Personality, Behavior and the self-management of their emotions in order to be productive at work

  •  Construct of Emotional Intelligence from the lens of External Focus: Being aware of others’ emotional needs so as to drive cooperative behavior and ensuing productivity at workplace

  •  Attention Management and State of Flow: What happens in the brain when you are focusing and how can one leverage this information, given the current state of distractors and short attention spans of employees

  •  Collaboration: What drives collaboration at workplace, some HR and OD practices which can drive collaborative behaviors and role of HR in maximizing the same

  •  Productivity: Drivers of productivity in today’s workplace and how best to ensure it through establishment of well-researched programs and practices

Why Attend ? 

In order to be consistently productive at work, this session aims to focus on:

  •  Maximizing Focus 

  •  Leveraging relationships at work 

  •  Understand the power of collaboration 

  •  Unleash the power of Self in maximizing the power of your relationships

  •  Drive productivity at workplace through establishment of well-researched HR programs

Who Should Attend ?

  •  Senior and Middle Management Executives

  •  HR professionals

  •  Functional Heads

  •  Representatives of SMEs

  •  Entrepreneurs

Mr. Pushp Joshi is Director – Human Resources at Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited.  With more than three decades of experience in Human Resources and Industrial Relations and deep interest in Contemporary Organization Development practices, Mr. Joshi routinely applies the foundational and modern theories of psychology and cognitive neuroscience to the field of HR.

He has spearheaded various HR practices with strong business focus in HPCL viz; Project Akshay and Akshaypath - the leadership development programmes, Project Periscope for succession planning, Project Vasishtha for ensuring Leadership legacy, Productivity Improvement Initiatives, HR- Business Process Reengineering (BPR), Implementation of JDE (HR), Health Management System, HR Green Credit to name a few.

A Bachelor of Law and an alumnus of XLRI, Jamshedpur, Mr. Pushp Joshi is an avid reader and a sought-after speaker.

The Ruby”,  4th floor, 29, Senapati Bapat Marg, Dadar (W), Mumbai 400028




Ms. Ashwini Ghogare
Tel : 022-61200238

Ms. Minal Khadilkar
Tel : 022-61200237
Participation Fee :   
Members  Rs. 2000 + 18% GST
Non-Members  Rs. 2500 + 18% GST


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DCB Bank

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Mahim (024), Mumbai

Cheque /Demand Draft should be drawn in favor of “BOMBAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY”.


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