Leadership and Emotional Intelligence: How Emotionally Intelligent Leaders Build Trust and High-Performing Teams
Members $99, Non-Members $199
Discounted registration fee for NCPMI members is $99, as a way for NCPMI Board to give back to our members.
The quality of your leadership is contingent upon how emotionally intelligent you are perceived by others, not just how emotionally intelligent you believe you are. Learn how your own trust issues can influence the degree to which you exude trustworthiness, both of which are key to creating high-performing teams AND quality relationships in all arenas of your life.
The top two relationship challenges at work include 1) those who represent authority figures (as in leading up) and 2) those who represent colleagues and/or direct reports. Emotionally intelligent leaders garner the respect of both populations.
Furthermore, emotionally intelligent leaders manage well the two most common behavioral challenges within the realm of leadership: 1) fear of conflict and confrontation (dysfunctional pleasing), and on the other end of the continuum, 2) those behaviors that ensure others acquiesce and don’t confront – e.g., behaviors described as dominating, controlling, even bullying at times.
Surprisingly perhaps, problematic communication patterns tend to originate from good intentions, which can complicate the desire or recognition for the need to change. Equally surprising, the labels received as early as one’s birth influences how one engage others.
This course is designed to heighten both your emotional and social intelligence through leadership models, concepts, measures, anecdotes, statistics, and research findings. Attendees can expect to immerse themselves at a level of self-awareness beyond the superficial, thereby identifying root cause of any self-defeating behavioral patterns and motivations. Discover how your attachment style over the years has impacted both your ability to trust and others’ perceptions of your trustworthiness.
Learn also the specifics of an emotionally intelligent (EI) way to improve team performance via an online emotional intelligence measure offered by a Harvard Business Review author, covering 5 EI competencies that ultimately define level of successful engagement of others. Having others give feedback on the same dimensions offers you the opportunity to discover any discrepancies with the way you perceive yourself.
Additionally you will learn how you can manage your own permanent, positive change process through several leadership development change models, designed to help you perpetuate your learnings from today’s course. Improve all relationships of significance in your life via your ability to create trust and buy-in. Experience confidence communicating uncomfortable messages and thus gain the trust and trustworthiness from others. That’s the basis of high-performing teams and leadership at its best.
What participants said regarding their experience of Dr. Latty-Mann’s February, 2017 Social/Emotional Intelligence workshop:
“Excellent delivery. Holly really knows this space and is a very good instructor.”
“This was a very insightful workshop! I really enjoyed learning more about myself.”
“I loved all of it and just soaked all of it in.”
“I really enjoyed Holly’s leadership seminar. Appreciated being able to evaluate myself in terms of the multiple models. Definitely some surprises and areas to work on.”
“Really enjoyed listening to Holly and her vast knowledge on the subject. Was fascinated seeing the analysis behind the assessment results.”
“Liked the analysis of the assessment we took and how it relates to complementary / conflicting personality styles.”
“Liked the presentation style. Well prepared.”
“Loved the handouts and the interaction in the afternoon.”
“There was nothing that I did NOT enjoy!”
“Great content, helped to be introspective. Really like the last exercise and what it revealed.”
“Every minute was filled with high-value content.”
About Dr. Holly Latty-Mann
Dr. Holly Latty-Mann is president and co-founder (with the late Dr. Jim Farr) of The Leadership Trust®. She served as Executive Professor of Leadership at Wake Forest University’s School of Business and later formed alliances with Duke's Fuqua School of Business (Coach K Center on Leadership and Ethics) and North Carolina State’s Department of Organizational Behavior where she is currently extending their collaborative research on (in)effective leadership.
Licensed with two doctorates, two Master’s, and an undergraduate degree in the social sciences (Social, Personality, and Clinical Psychology), Holly’s entire career has focused on helping people optimize their relationships both at work and at home via workshops, onsite/offsite team-building retreats, and organizational development projects. Her alma maters include Duke University Medical Center, Kent State, and the University of South Carolina.
Members $99, Non-Members $199
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Continental breakfast will be served at 9:00 am; light lunch will be served at 12 noon.
|Event Date||01-12-2018 9:30 am|
|Event End Date||01-12-2018 4:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||09-13-2017 12:00 am|
|Cut off date||01-04-2018 11:55 pm|
|Individual Price||Members $99, Non-Members $199|
|Speaker||Dr. Holly Latty-Mann|
|Leadership PDU Hours||6|
|Location||Cisco Campus - Building 7 - Maggie|