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June Chapter Meeting: Developing Leadership with Emotional Intelligence

  • 17 Jun 2014
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Naveen Jindal School of Management, The University of Texas at Dallas, 800 West Campbell Road SM10, Richardson, TX 75080-3021
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Registration

  • Member registration with Dallas ASTD Membership.
  • Member registration with Dallas ASTD and National Pro ASTD memberships.


Developing Leadership with Emotional Intelligence
Presented: by Ed Hennessy

Come hear Emotional Intelligence (EI) expert, Ed Hennessy, explain how organizational leaders can be equipped to succeed by applying EI as a leadership development tool. Presenting with Ed will be Alyson Mattlage, a consultant with BNSF. She is part of a major roll out of an emotional intelligence program to 5,000 employees this year. Alyson is part of the team that evaluated available EI assessments in the market place, structured and built curriculum, and is currently facilitating the BNSF program.

Program Overview: Today's fast paced and complex environment requires leaders that can cope more easily in stressful situations, exude confidence, and operate in a flexible and optimistic way that resonates with their subordinates, peers, and superiors. In this presentation we'll begin with a look at the qualities and characteristics of effective leaders and the link to emotional intelligence. We'll review the evolution of emotional intelligence from concept to scientifically validated construct and how it fits into the leadership performance equation.

Most corporations use individual competency models as a framework for success within a specific role. Recently completed research gives us a direct link between skills in emotional intelligence and 4 leadership competencies that companies can use to build leaders. These competencies of Authenticity, Coaching, Insight, and Innovation will be defined and linked to specific combinations of EI skills supporting success in the competency. The nature of Emotional Intelligence is that it is dynamic and can be developed. The development ability of emotional intelligence allows us to cultivate a plan around specific skills supporting leadership competencies with the end result being empowered leaders and great effectiveness.

Take-Aways:
1. Understanding of Emotional Intelligence EQ-i 2.0, Composites, and skills
2. The role of emotional intelligence in the leadership performance equation
3. Defining the 4 key leadership competencies of Authenticity, Coaching, Insight, and Innovation
4. Identifying specific EI skills and their benefit in enhancing leadership effectiveness
5. A plan to cultivate leadership growth with emotional intelligence skill development

Parking:

This program is being hosted by the Corporate Education group at the University of Texas at Dallas, 800 W Campbell Rd. in Richardson. The meeting will be held in the Executive Reception and Dining Rooms at the Jindal School of Management (JSOM). Park in the pay-by-space numbered spaces in Lot M, directly in front of the JSOM building. For directions, map, and complete parking information, please click here.

Meeting Schedule:
5:30 - 6:30 Registration & networking/snacks
6:30 - 7:30 Program
7:30 - 8:00 Optional Networking and Best Practice sharing

Registration Deadline is 12pm Monday June 16. $10 increase in price for on-site registrations: $25 - Members $35- Non-Members, be sure to register early!

About Ed Hennessy:

Ed is a Master Certification Training Partner in Emotional Intelligence EQ-i 2.0 & EQ360 with Multi-Health Systems (MHS) a global provider of leading psychological assessments fo over 25 years. He leads EI based leadership and performance improvement programs with corporate clients and organizations as well as training & credentialing other professionals as experts in EI. Ed is a U.S. Army Veteran and served 9 years with several assignments leading elite aviation units. He also has 13+ years Executive Recruitment experience working nationally with Fortune 1000 companies for mid to senior level positions. In his community Ed is a speaker with the University of North Texas Professional Leader Program as well as a participant in the Tour De Cure. He graduated from Norwich University, the nation's oldest private military college.

Select Organizations with whom Ed has worked with their leaders/managers/employees:

  • United States ARMY
  • L3 Communications
  • Alcatel-Lucent
  • Bain & Company
  • BNSF
  • Halliburton
  • Emerson
  • Higher Education: University of Oklahoma, Georgia Southern, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Peru College
"Thank you for the opportunity to share my passion in emotional intelligence with you. Our program will be energy filled and productive as we explore Emotional Intelligence anduncover EI's ability to enhance our influence both professionally and personally."
- Ed Hennessy



Looking for a way to give back this month? Help us with our Accessorizing for Success drive!
 
Who hasn’t been nervous interviewing for a new job?  Imagine coming back from a difficult life situation and needing that job to survive? That's where Dress for Success comes in. Some instruction on communication skills helps but having the right clothes goes a long way to help people recover their dignity.

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et’s add some polish and bring them little things to the meeting to inspire confidence like small pierced earrings, purses, professional looking jewelry, scarves and items for men such as ties and socks etc. After this drive we're gathering a group of folks to take the items to the Dallas Dress for Success office and do some hands on work there. Please contact me at kathrynpoe@gmail.com if you are interested in coming along. 

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