Office of Student Leadership and Engagement

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership Workshop Series

What is Emotionally Intelligent Leadership?

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership (EIL) is the capacity for recognizing our own feelings and those of others, for motivating others, and for managing emotions well in ourselves and in our relationships. This series explores various skills and practices related to EIL. Participants of this series will develop their EIL skills and apply those skills to their leadership practice.

Workshop content cultivated from the 2nd edition of Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: A Guide for Students.

Earn Your Certificate
 Participants completing this series are eligible for a certificate of completion. Continued participation and reflection earns higher levels of recognition.

Platinum Level (20 workshops)
Gold Level (15 workshops)
Silver Level (10 workshops)
Bronze Level (5 workshops)
Workshop DatesThe Emotionally Intelligent Leadership Series has shifted due to Hurricane Florence. See below for the updated series schedule.

*SESSION CANCELLED*

September 11th: Introduction to Emotional Intelligence

Wrightsville Beach Room, FSC 2017

5:00-6:30pm

*SESSION CANCELLED*

This session is the essential introductory session to the topic of Emotional Intelligence. Perfect for new series attendees or returning attendees in need of a refresher.

*SESSION CANCELLED*

September 25th: Healthy Self-Esteem

Wrightsville Beach Room, FSC 2017

5:00-6:30pm

*SESSION CANCELLED*

Central to our leadership is our sense of self. Additionally, we are inundated with feedback about our success (and failures) as leaders. This session is a great check on how you receive and filter this feedback.

*SESSION CANCELLED*

October 2nd: Emotional Self-Perception and Self-Control

Wrightsville Beach Room, FSC 2017

5:00-6:30pm

*SESSION CANCELLED*

The cornerstone of an emotionally intelligent leader is the recognition and management of their own emotions. Come explore your emotional management in this session!

*NEW TOPIC*

October 16th: Introduction to Emotional Intelligence

Wrightsville Beach Room, FSC 2017

5:00-6:30pm

This session is the essential introductory session to the topic of Emotional Intelligence. Perfect for new series attendees or returning attendees in need of a refresher.

October 30th: Demonstrating Citizenship

Wrightsville Beach Room, FSC 2017

5:00-6:30pm

What does it mean to be a good citizen in your organization? job? community? Citizenship is much more than participation in voting. Come learn strategies for good leadership and followership.

*NEW TOPIC*

November 6th: Emotional Self-Perception and Self-Control

Wrightsville Beach Room, FSC 2017

5:00-6:30pm

The cornerstone of an emotionally intelligent leader is the recognition and management of their own emotions. Come explore your emotional management in this session!

Other Workshops

The Office of Student Leadership and Engagement also offers a few leadership workshops by request. These workshops are ideal for academic classes, faculty and staff teams, and student organizations. We can also customize an experience based on the request. Many of these facilitations are offered by the Seahawk Leadership Advisory Council. Email Erin Williamson at williamsone@uncw.edu to submit your request (with the exception of StrengthsFinder requests). Please submit your request at least two weeks before desired presentation date. 

Defining Leadership

This workshop dives into the definition and different approaches to leadership. Participants will explore personal definitions, the historical development of the practice of leadership, and contemporary views on leadership development. This workshop is perfect for introductory conversations about leadership.

Civically Engaged Leadership

What role does service play in leadership? This workshop explores the role of community and citizenship within the context of leadership and the greater good. This workshop can also include an overview of the services provided by the Office of Student Leadership and Engagement, if desired.

Moving From Me to We

Leadership cannot occur in a vacuum. Partnerships, allies, and communities are necessary groups to facilitate positive change. This workshop uses a popular and easy to understand leadership assessment to bridge the individual and group. Perfect for student organizations and faculty and/or staff teams!

StrengthsFinder

The Clifton StrengthsFinder is the culmination of more than 50 years of Dr. Donald O. Clifton's lifelong work: leading millions of people around the world to discover their strengths. We offer a facilitated experience for beginners and advanced users of StrengthsFinder. In addition to requests for facilitation of StrengthsFinder, we offer two open sessions per semester open to any students, staff, or faculty member. Read more about those sessions and how to request a StrengthsFinder workshop here.