Emotional Intelligence and Human Relations Skills

Emotional Intelligence and

Human Relations Skills

A week-long workshop

With  Bill Shiflet and Joan Hamilton, EQHR Centre

Monday May 12 at 2:00 p.m. – Friday May 16 at 1:00 p.m., 2014

This intensive 5-day programme is designed to enable participants to learn about, build and practice emotional intelligence skills inter-personally and in group settings. The content of the workshop will focus on the four areas of emotional intelligence as they promote more effective leadership. The event will provide opportunities for practical theological research and reflection on leadership and group process . Skilled facilitators provide tools and feedback to enable participants to learn about themselves and to immediately practice emerging skills.  The teaching methodology in this one-week intensive course is experiential learning in small groups of 10 to 14 people led by two experiential educators in each group. As group life unfolds, participants are offered feedback on the impact they have on others in the group

As part of this course participants will complete a survey on emotional intelligence developed by the Multi-Health Systems, Toronto, Ontario. In addition to completing this survey, participants will identify up to 20 other people who are willing to complete the same survey on them. The outcome will be a 35 page printout of the individual’s emotional intelligence.The detailed report of one’s Emotional Intelligence strengths and development needs is for the participant’s eyes only will identify potential issues to be explored within their small group and has been described as a life-changing event. 

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Sample Schedule for Emotional Intelligence and Human Relations Skills

Roy Oswald is an ordained Lutheran Pastor who served as a senior consultant for the Alban Institute for 31 years. Currently, he is Executive Director: Center for Emotional Intelligence and Human Relations Skills. Roy is author of 16 books, the most recent one being “Polarities in Congregational Life” (December, 2009)

INFORMATION: Workshop fee $800.00 plus a $185.00 fee for the Emotional Intelligence Survey Two or more participants from one congregation receive a 15% discount. Deadline for registration April 11, 2014. For further information contact Betsy Anderson 416-813-4096 betsy.anderson@utoronto.ca.

 

 

Emotional Intelligence Registration Form

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