EXECUTIVE EDUCATION | Harnessing Emotional Intelligence for Leadership Success
Date and Time
Thursday Nov 5, 2020Friday Nov 6, 2020
November 5 & 6: 8:30 am - noon *Dates are subject to change
All online seminars are hosted in real-time via Zoom.
You will receive the Zoom link from UMKC prior to the event.
Limited complimentary seats available exclusively forCentral Exchange members.
If you are interested in attending click the register button, and fill out the questionnaire by the 3rd of November.The link will be in your registration confirmation email. You will be notified by Mona if you are selected to attend. Please note, there are limited seats available, completing the questionnaire does not guarantee a seat.
Harnessing Emotional Intelligence for Leadership Success Includes:
The opportunity to work online, in real-time, alongside a Bloch instructor and your peers
Course materials and recordings
Certificate of participation
What You Will Learn
We will then explore how Emotional Intelligence is found in the workplace and how to improve your EQ as a leader. Participants will learn about the concepts and components of EQ. Our session will cover many areas of EQ and team dynamics such as the importance of strengthening emotional bonds between team members to yield positive organizational results. We will investigate how our approach to leadership influences how we are perceived and ultimately our overall effectiveness as leaders.
Throughout this workshop, participants will explore Emotional Intelligence by:
Discussing the primary components and concepts of EQ
Recognizing how high level EQ impacts the workplace
Using EQ strategies to build positive relationships
Who Should Attend
This session is appropriate for all individuals wanting to develop an ability to effectively lead in personal and professional environments with an informed understanding of Emotional Intelligence.
About the Instructor
Todd Long is founder and president of Leadership Innovations. Over the past 25 years, Todd has dedicated his work to improving individual leadership performance, team effectiveness, and improved organizational outcomes. He has worked with tens of thousands of people across the world from organizations that include large global companies, small businesses, nonprofits, and educational institutions. Todd has a master’s degree in speech communication focusing on organizational development. He believes in experiential interactive learning that challenges people to think deeper and discover application.
Professionally – Todd is a leadership adviser, facilitator, speaker, author, and coach.
Personally – Todd is a husband (24 years), father of five, piano player, ukulele enthusiast, song writer, motorcyclist, exerciser, and faith builder.