Managing with Emotional Intelligence

Tuesday, July 25 | 10:00AM–11:30AM | Bixby 4 and 5, 2nd Floor
Session Type: General Session
Emotional intelligence is a characteristic of successful managers and is key to both professional and personal accomplishment. Researchers have recognized that while IQ has been a good predictor of academic achievement, many exceptionally bright people remain remarkably ineffective and unproductive in their professional lives because they lack emotional intelligence. While this session addresses cultivating management skills and change, it's fundamentally about building better, more effective relationships and inspiring others to do so. Explore why emotional intelligence is an essential element for effecting sustained, desired change for individuals, teams, and organizations.

Objectives:Explore the importance and impact of emotional intelligence in the workplace *Explore emotional intelligence and the associated competencies *Identify behavioral strategies that can lead to desired change


  • Joan Cheverie

  • P.B. Garrett

    Consultant, Garrett Consulting