November 2017

The Emotionally Intelligent Leader

This one-day workshop will focus on the ability to lead and manage others through an Emotional Intelligence Model. Special attention will be dedicated to identifying your strengths and opportunities for growth in the following areas:  Self-awareness, motivation, empathy, social skills, and self-regulation. 

Program Benefits

From actively participating in this session, you will be able to:

  • Define Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and gain understanding of how to use it leading people;
  • Appreciate the reasons you and your campus need to put EQ into practice;
  • Understand the EQ model and the core skills that are critical;
  • Understand the implications emotional intelligence in an institution of higher education; and
  • Put it into practice using a variety of real workplace situations;
  • Plan actions and next steps for implementing key ideas and skills.

Overview

In today’s higher education landscape, it is not enough for faculty and administrators to be smart. Effective leaders need to have emotional intelligence, or EQ, in addition to strong IQs. Emotional intelligence is what enables people to manage emotions and behaviors effectively, to navigate the social complexities of the workplace, and to make decisions that will achieve results. We look forward to sharing with you the extraordinary benefits focusing on your EQ will bring your campus. With greater self-awareness an control and better understanding of others, your colleagues will be more focused, collaborative and productive.

Who Should Attend?

This program is designed for faculty and administrative staff at a higher education institutions looking to expand their leadership skills.

This leadership development session will arm you with strategies to:

  • Demonstrate an evolved, emotionally intelligent, mindset; and
  • Recognize and regulate your emotions; and
  • Recognize and manage the emotions of others.

This workshop will include:

  • Case studies
  • Integrated Videos
  • Research articles, websites, additional resources

Registration fees are discounted for CPD members, and CPD points may be used to pay for this training.
$245 CPD member rate
$265 SUNY faculty/staff rate (non-CPD member rate)
$295 Non-SUNY rate
*The registration fee includes lunch and beverages.
**Please note that SUNY’s Center for Professional Development manages event registration, and are now using a new registration system. Everyone must first create a user account with CPD before you can register for this event. If you have any trouble with the system, you may reach out to Michaela Rehm at michaela.rehm@suny.edu or 315.214.2418.

Date, Time, Location: This one-day workshop will be offered in NYC.  The session runs from 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m., with a working lunch included.

NYC – November 29, 2017
SUNY Global Center
116 E 55th St.
New York, NY 10022
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Dr. Scott Vinciguerra

Dr. Scott Vinciguerra

Leadership Development Associate

Bio

Alternatively, you may offer this workshop at your campus and train an unlimited number of participants without the need to travel.
$4,995 Private session (food and beverages not included) Or, if you would like a discount, allow us to open registration to other institutions and receive a $500 discount. $4,495

Call or email us to learn more and discuss the possibilities.

Carolyn Mattiske, Assistant Director
SAIL Institute for Academic & Innovative Leadership

The State University of New York
411 State St., Albany, New York 12203
Tel: 518.445.4201
carolyn.mattiske@suny.edu
leadership@suny.edu