Unlocking the Power of Emotional Intelligence
Special Lecture on Professional Excellence
Numerous studies have consistently highlighted the remarkable correlation between high emotional intelligence and exceptional workplace performance. Individuals endowed with high emotional intelligence not only excel individually but also flourish within teams and leadership roles. Morgan Stanley’s Senior Advisor and former Chief Risk Officer Keishi Hotsuki explores this subject with a focus on six core areas: communication, decision making, independent thinking, curiosity, resilience and empathy. What is emotional intelligence, and how can we foster its development to distinguish ourselves? Based on Keishi’s experience as a C-suite executive on Wall Street for 12 years, this special lecture delves into the realm of emotional intelligence, offering participants the opportunity to explore a variety of emotional intelligence topics and gain practical advice on enhancing their skills.
Keishi Hotsuki, Senior Advisor, Morgan Stanley
6:30 – 7:30 pm: Lecture and Q&A
7:30 – 8 pm: Reception
This event is only available to Japan Society corporate members. This is a free event with advance registration required. Please note that seating is limited and on a first come, first served basis.
About the Speaker
Keishi Hotsuki is a Senior Advisor at Morgan Stanley. Hotsuki was the Chief Risk Officer of Morgan Stanley from 2011 to 2023 after he joined the firm in 2008 as the Head of Market Risk Management. Hotsuki began his career at Fuji Bank in 1984, where he worked primarily in the Fixed Income Trading Division. From 1993 to 1999, he worked at Bankers Trust as the Head of Market Risk Management Japan/Asia. He joined Merrill Lynch in 1999 as the Head of Market Risk Management for the Japan/Asia Pacific Region and was the Global Head of Market Risk Management from 2005 to 2007. Hotsuki holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Hitotsubashi University and a Masters of Science in Industrial Administration from Carnegie Mellon University. He is a Board Member of Japan Society. He is also an advisory board member of four university institutes: Tepper School of Business and Master of Computation Finance at Carnegie Mellon, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences at Johns Hopkins University and the New York University Stern Volatility and Risk Institute’s (VRI).
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The U.S.-Japan Women Leaders Initiative is made possible, in part, by a generous grant from The Japan Foundation, with additional leadership support provided by Morgan Stanley.
Business & Policy programs are generously supported by Japan Society Global Leaders & Corporate Partners.
- Wednesday, November 29, 2023
- 6:30 pm
- In-Person Event
- Free Event
Online registration for this event is closed. If you would like to register for the event, please contact the Business & Policy Forum at [email protected].