Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is the intelligent use of emotions. You intentionally make your emotions work for you by using them to help guide behaviour and thinking in ways that enhance your results.
“Emotional intelligence ---- the ability to deliver difficult feedback to employees, the courage to ruffle feathers and drive change, the creativity to think outside the box.” (HBR 2017)
Join us for this 1 day leadership workshop to learn:
Presenter: International Leadership Expert, Barry Bales
Barry is a Senior Associate with the Unchartered Leadership Institute.
Prior to starting his own consultancy in April 2018, Barry was the Assistant Dean for Professional Development at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin. He also held a faculty position as Clinical Professor of Public Policy Practice in the School’s Executive Master in Public Leadership Program.
As Assistant Dean, he directed the Office of Professional Development which is responsible for organising and delivering seminars and educational programs for over 2,500 people each year, including management/executive development programs for leaders of public, private and not-for-profit organisations. He also served as the director of the Governor’s Executive Development Program, an intensive three-week leadership course for top-level managers in Texas state agencies and universities. He has also been a partner with a colleague from the University of Adelaide in launching an innovative international “Transformative Leadership Program” to develop next generation leadership skills in government executives from Texas and South Australia.
Dr Bales is a frequent seminar/conference speaker in the areas of leadership, system thinking, strategic planning and executive development, and has taught, consulted with and coached leaders and executives in 15 US states and 9 foreign countries. He has a Ph.D. in Adult and Human Resource Development Leadership from the University of Texas at Austin.
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