Who should attend
Managers with responsibility for leading work teams.
About the course
This seminar builds on Introduction to Emotional Intelligence (EI) by helping participants put the innovative concepts and powerful strategies of EI to work in team settings. Understand team behaviors and norms at the core of effectiveness and the tools that enable those norms to emerge. Discover leadership behaviors and strategies that can support the emergence of these effective norms. Learn to apply them in hands-on, interactive case studies and exercises you can use immediately in your organization.
Participants must have attended Introduction to Emotional Intelligence prior to attending this program, to gain intermediate background knowledge. In addition, participants should have at least one year of experience leading teams.
- Introduction to the Group Effectiveness Framework
- Leadership strategies for building emotionally intelligent teams
- Application through case studies
- Application to your work teams
As a result of attending this program, participants will:
- Apply their understanding of EI to the team setting
- Learn how to manage and engage emotions in teams
- Learn how to develop leadership messages that tap into the emotional climate of a team and focus emotions on a clear objective
Vanessa is Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior. She is an applied social psychologist who uses her deep knowledge of social systems to help answer real-world questions facing organizations like: How should self-managing teams lead themselves? How should a leader lead a self-managing te...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.