Emotional Intelligence Workshop Series - IGEN Alliance

When:  Apr 13, 2022 from 05:00 PM to 06:00 PM (ET)
Associated with  NSF INCLUDES National Network

an NSF INCLUDES Alliance

Emotional Intelligence Workshops

Exploring Emotional Intelligence: Key Factors for Inclusive Excellence

Through our partnership with the Inclusive Graduate Education Network, an NSF INCLUDES Alliance, we are holding a five-part workshop series that focuses on the development of social-emotional competencies that are essential for success in graduate education and future career performance. Workshops suitable for students and faculty.

Register by Monday, April 11, 2022 for the first session.

  1. Introductory Session: What is emotional intelligence? - April 13, 2022

  2. Self-Awareness Session - July 13, 2022

  3. Self-Management Session - October 12, 2022

  4. Social Awareness Session - January 11, 2023

  5. Relationship Management Session - April 12, 2023

All sessions offered from 12:00pm-1:00pm Eastern Time (9:00am-10:00am Pacific Time) OR
5:00pm-6:00pm Eastern Time (2:00pm-3:00pm Pacific Time) 

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Decades of research show that emotional intelligence (EI) competencies demonstrate strong relationships to important academic and workplace outcomes.  Research also shows that EI competencies are not dependent on race, gender, or culture of origin, and that anyone can improve their EI with learning and coaching.

These workshops will cover: 

  • An overview of emotional intellegence

  • Increasing Self-Awareness

  • Self-Management Techniques 

  • Burn-out, Stress, and Resilience 

  • Understanding Others

  • Empathy

  • Organizational Awareness

  • Communication

  • Teams/Interpersonal Relationships

  • Conflict Management

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Our work is supported by the National Science Foundation through INCLUDES and Innovations in Graduate Education Grants Nos. 1834540, 1834545, 1834528, and 1834516. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.