Strengthening Your Emotional Intelligence
October 7 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm$25
Certificate Program: Leadership & Supervision, Executive Leadership
Are you an emotionally intelligent leader? Have you ever wondered why some leverage, while others struggle with emotions in a business environment? The foundation and success for all effective leaders include their ability to optimize their natural talents and their ability to leverage the talents of others. IQ and business acumen are a starting point.
You will experience the value and downfall of “being emotional” but are you become aware of how it impacts us and those we lead? During this course, you will move from learning to understanding and then to applying tactics and strategies to leverage emotional intelligence.
In this workshop, participants will:
- Review the five competencies of Emotional Intelligence – Creative Tension, Active choice, Resilience under Pressure, Empathic Relationships, Self-Awareness and Control
- Identify the skills required to develop Emotional Intelligence within themselves
- Develop a personal plan to utilize the skills of Emotional Intelligence
- Practice newly acquired skills
- How to carry out and practice Emotional Intelligence in a virtual/remote work environment
Jeff Key has worked with various nonprofits in education in Newark over the past 10 years, including Citizen Schools and NJ LEEP. While at Citizen Schools, he helped to coordinate highquality afterschool programming for students at Ivy Hill Elementary School and manage a mock trial program for middle school students in partnership with the Women’s Initiative of McCarter & English, LLP. At NJ LEEP, he was involved in managing lawrelated education programming for students from Newark, Trenton, and Camden as well as serving as Director of Operations for two years. He is also involved in supporting the nonprofit sector through his work with the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN). He is a founding board member of the New Jersey chapter of YNPN (YNPNNJ) and continues to work with the YNPN National Staff team to encourage network engagement, advocacy, and improved professional development for young nonprofit professionals across the country. Jeff is a graduate of Princeton University and Seton Hall University School of Law.
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