CGF, Olin Fellowship

Workshop: Emotional Intelligence

presented by Growth Potential Consulting

Emotional intelligence (also referred to as EI and EQ) is an individual’s ability to recognize and regulate their own emotions at the moment to achieve one’s goals. Studies indicate that 85% to 90% of leadership effectiveness is linked to emotional intelligence. Recognizing and regulating emotions allows you to have meaningful and productive conversations and creates inclusive environments.
Using an emotional-social competence model, you will learn critical leadership skills necessary in today’s diverse organizational environment. This workshop will help you learn techniques to become more self-aware and control emotions.
During this interactive workshop, you will:
•    Learn the fundamentals of emotional intelligence.
•    Understand how self-talk feeds emotional turmoil.
•    Identify strategies to prevent your emotions from hijacking you during conversations.

This event is only open to current Chancellor's and Olin Fellows. To register, please use the links in the calendar document sent to you by email. Reach out to Angelina Sylvain (asylvain@wustl.edu) if you have questions.