Presentation Title

Increasing Leadership Effectiveness through Emotional Intelligence

Organization or Institution

Georgia Southern University

Location

Room 2047

Presentation Year

2019

Start Date

21-9-2019 11:15 AM

End Date

21-9-2019 12:05 PM

Document Type

Workshop

Presentation Description

Effective leadership is dependent upon a leader’s ability to influence the behavior of others through social interactions in order to optimize performance outcomes (Kerr, Garvin, Heaton, & Boyle, 2005). Thus, it is critical that leaders develop their emotional intelligence skills. Leaders with emotional intelligence are better equipped when transitioning into the workplace and possess a competitive advantage for career advancement (Stein & Book, 2011). This workshop will provide an overview of an emotional intelligence framework (Bar-On, 1997; Multi Health Systems, 2011). Specifically, the workshop will highlight five key aspects of emotional intelligence and ways to bolster these skills to be a more effective leader.

Presentation Learning Objectives

  1. Define the concept of emotional intelligence.
  2. Identify how emotions impact leadership performance.
  3. Apply emotional intelligence tactics to develop leadership skills.

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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License
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10:15 AM, 11:15 AM

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Sep 21st, 11:15 AM Sep 21st, 12:05 PM

Increasing Leadership Effectiveness through Emotional Intelligence

Room 2047

Effective leadership is dependent upon a leader’s ability to influence the behavior of others through social interactions in order to optimize performance outcomes (Kerr, Garvin, Heaton, & Boyle, 2005). Thus, it is critical that leaders develop their emotional intelligence skills. Leaders with emotional intelligence are better equipped when transitioning into the workplace and possess a competitive advantage for career advancement (Stein & Book, 2011). This workshop will provide an overview of an emotional intelligence framework (Bar-On, 1997; Multi Health Systems, 2011). Specifically, the workshop will highlight five key aspects of emotional intelligence and ways to bolster these skills to be a more effective leader.