$95 for CUPA-HR Members | $195 for Nonmembers
Cognitive intelligence, or “IQ,” was once considered the leading psychological determinant of effective leadership, and personality traits such as extraversion were considered qualities of strong leaders. However, more recent research — as well as practical experience — suggests that emotional intelligence may be even more vital when it comes to effectively leading and building working relationships.
As a higher ed HR professional, you are both a leader and a supporter of those who lead others at your institution. In addition to finding tools to strengthen your own emotional intelligence, this virtual workshop will help you discover best-practices for using emotional intelligence on your campus to drive innovation, attract the future workforce, and support current employees.
During this interactive virtual workshop, you’ll explore:
About the presenter: Dr. Cary Cherniss is an emeritus professor and co-chair of the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations at Rutgers University. Some of Dr. Cherniss’s work includes:
Dr. Cary Cherniss
Professor Emeritus of Applied Psychology
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