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Leadership Development Institute at Eckerd College (LDI) & Center for Creative Leadership (CCL)

90-minute Virtual Workshop


Thursday, May 21st at 1:00 p.m. EDT

Featuring the EQ-i 2.0

Emotional Intelligence has recently become a very popular and powerful concept in leadership training, but the current global crisis is testing us all emotionally and socially. Leaders now definitely need to exhibit characteristics such as empathy, confidence, social responsibility, assertiveness and unprecedented optimism. All of these are aspects of emotional intelligence. This interactive workshop reviews research demonstrating the critical connection between emotional intelligence and high performance. After identifying the key components of emotional intelligence, participants will discover their own strengths through feedback from a self-report assessment instrument, the EQ-i 2.0. Because crucial leadership skills can be developed and enhanced over time, individuals will learn practical tips and best practices for significantly increasing their leadership impact.

During this session, participants will:

  • Discover the hidden driver of superior performance
  • Learn the key elements of emotional intelligence
  • Assess their own emotional intelligence through the EQ-i 2.0
  • Discuss steps for building essential leadership skills

Webinar Details

Time: 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. EDT

Date: Thursday, May 21, 2020

Cost: $150 per person

Session Leader:
Margaret Cooley
Senior Faculty and Director, Leadership Development Institute

Workshop Leader

Margaret Cooley, M.A.

Margaret Cooley
Senior Faculty and Director, Leadership Development Institute

Margaret Cooley is the Director of the Leadership Development Institute (LDI) and has been a senior faculty member since 1986. She oversees the open-enrollment programs including the Leadership Development Program (LDP)®, Maximizing Your Leadership Potential (MLP), Mastering Conflict Dynamics (MCD) and Lasting Leadership (LLP). With extensive experience in organizational consulting and seminar design, Margaret has special interests in conflict resolution, leadership and gender, emotional intelligence and the assessment of factors associated with executive success. She has coached hundreds of mid-level to C-suite executives from prestigious organizations and has conducted countless high-impact, interactive training events aimed at improving leadership effectiveness, enhancing self-awareness and building high-performance teams. Margaret received her degrees from Rhodes College and the University of Chicago.