Emotional Intelligence at Work seminar on Nov. 7

Current research shows that Emotional Intelligence (EQ – also referred to as “people skill”) is more important than IQ in determining personal and professional success.  Recently, there has been a growing recognition that the core component of an organization’s culture is how well they support and promote Emotional Intelligence.

The offices of Human Resources and the University Wellness Initiative at Syracuse University invite you to attend this seminar that will delve into the many facets of Emotional Intelligence.  Facilitated by Dr. Alan Morse, this seminar will offer a number of real-word strategies to increase your own Emotional Intelligence to improve your professional effectiveness and contribute to the continuing success of the University.

There will be two sessions offered; a one-hour session for all staff and a two-hour for supervisors.

Supervisor’s are invited to join this two-hour session where you will also learn how to understand and utilize the power of emotions in the workplace to develop higher departmental morale, greater employee engagement and better teamwork.

  • Tuesday, November 7
  • 9 – 11 a.m.
  • Hall of Languages Room 500
Register now

If you require accommodations, please contact the Wellness Initiative at 315.443.5472 or wellness@syr.edu.

All staff are invited to join the one-hour session to better understand the concept of EQ as well as learn skills and strategies to enhance their EQ.

  • Tuesday, November 7
  • Noon – 1 p.m.
  • Hall of Languages Room 500
Register now

If you require accommodations, please contact the Wellness Initiative at 315.443.5472 or wellness@syr.edu.

 

Alan G. Morse, Licensed Psychologist, Board Certified Coach and Clinical Advisor & Executive Consultant for Carebridge Corporation has over 30 years of experience providing behavioral health services, crisis management, and specialized consultation and coaching for a variety of corporations, management groups, and individual clients. Dr. Morse has combined specialized consulting skills with a keen understanding of organizational dynamics to promote employee health and wellness, support executive and management development, and maximize personal and professional performance. His areas of expertise include stress management with an emphasis on developing resiliency skills, implementing positive communication techniques, and managing change in today’s fast-paced business environment.