Nov 13 (Webinar) 12pm EST-1:30pm EST
1.5 CCEs: 1 Core Competencies | .5 Resource Development
‘Emotional Intelligence’ has been around for 3 decades, has an entire center dedicated to its study at Yale University and has been identified by the World Economic Forum as a Top 10 employability skill for 2020. What exactly is EI? Why is it important for coaches? And is there a model of EI that could act as a blueprint for coaching clients? Join David Cory, coach and leadership development specialist, as he reviews the model of EI that is the basis for the world’s first scientific measure of emotional intelligence, the Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-I 2.0), first published in 1997 and now used by leading companies such as Google, Nike, Amazon, Microsoft, as the basis for their leadership development programs.
Key Learning Objectives:
1) Define and describe a helpful model of emotional intelligence for coaching
2) Apply the model to identify areas of developmental focus for clients
3) Take away ideas to improve their own EI and that of their clients.
About our Speaker:
DAVID CORY, B.Ed., M.A., C.P.C.C. David Cory is the founder of the Emotional Intelligence Training Co. Inc. (established in 1998) and is a leadership development specialist known for leveraging the power of emotional intelligence to improve the performance of organizations. In the course of his work, David has been an invited guest of the Sultan of Brunei, worked under armed guard in Nigeria, been kicked out of a restricted area in Saudi Arabia, chased by an elephant in Zambia, and sang for royalty in Malaysia. David’s company completed the design of a leadership course based on emotional intelligence to be delivered through a train-the-trainer model for the entire nation of Botswana. He has been a keynote speaker at the International Nexus EQ Conference at the Harvard Medical School in 2014 and the closing keynote speaker at the Asia HRD Congress in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 2016.