Emotional Intellegence (EQ) and Human Relations (HR) Workshop

May 8-12, 2017

This core EQ HR Center workshop is an intensive session designed to enable participants to learn about, build and practice emotional intelligence skills in a small group setting. Skilled facilitators provide tools and feedback to enable participants to learn about themselves and to immediately practice emerging skills.

EQ-HR Workshop, Catholic Conference Center, Hickory, NC in partnership with the Western North Carolina Conference, UMC—members only $367.00 w/$1,000 grant.

  • Tuition $695.00
  • ESCI 360 Survey $199.00
  • Lodging at the Catholic Conference Center: Single $473.00, Commuter $200.00

EQ-HR 5 day Schedule and Registration Most workshops begin at 2 PM on Monday and end after lunch on Friday. Evening sessions go to 9 p.m. Meals include lunch on Monday through lunch on Friday.

  • Mail check for tuition, ESCI 360 Survey and lodging fees with the registration form below payable to: The Center for EQ-HR Skills. (Canadians must send a bank check or money order in USD funds) or
  • register online at www.eqhrcenter.org

Note: This program requires participants to be fully present for all segments including HR learning groups and evening sessions. In addition, it is recommended that all participants consider utilizing available lodging for this event.

What happens at an EQ-HR Workshop?

This core EQ HR Center workshop is an intensive four or five-day session designed to enable participants to learn about, build and practice emotional intelligence skills in a small group setting. Skilled facilitators provide tools and feedback to enable participants to learn about themselves and to immediately practice emerging skills. As group life unfolds, participants give and receive feedback regarding the impact they have on others in the group. Participants will learn both inter-personal and intra-group communication skills.

The content of the workshop revolves around the twelve competencies that differentiate outstanding from average performers. These twelve competencies cover four distinct areas of ability They are:

  1. Self-awareness-Recognizing and understanding our own emotions.
  2. Self-management-Effectively managing our own emotions.
  3. Social Awareness-Recognizing and understanding the emotions of others.
  4. Relationship Management-Applying our emotional understanding in our dealings with others.

What is the ESCI 360 Survey?

As part of this core event, workshop participants complete a comprehensive self-assessment of their emotional intelligence. They also identify up to 20 people {manager(s), direct reports, peers, clients, family and friends} who know them well and are willing to complete the same assessment in order to provide valuable feedback. What results is a detailed report of one’s Emotional Intelligence strengths and development needs. This will be for the participant’s eyes only and will provide possible personal items to be explored in one’s small group.

Click here to find out more and get registered.

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