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February 23, 2012. Course Administration LPA CPIA LinkedIn – Gayle Bridgeman Emotional Intelligence Lecture BREAK Group Exercise.

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february 23 2012
February 23, 2012
  • Course Administration
    • LPA
    • CPIA
  • LinkedIn – Gayle Bridgeman
  • Emotional Intelligence Lecture
  • BREAK
  • Group Exercise
let s self discover

Most job-hunters who fail to master the job-hunt or find their dream job, fail not because they lack information about the job market, but because they lack information about themselves. -Richard Nelson Bolles

Let’s Self-Discover!

cpia assignment point breakdown
CPIA Assignment Point Breakdown
  • Completion of Linked In Profile – 50 points
  • Completion of Panel Interview – 25 points
  • Resume – 25 points
  • Behavioral Interviewing -25 points
  • Career Awareness Worksheet – 25 points
  • Job Position Ad – 25 points
  • Peer Evaluation – 25 points
  • Total Points – 200 points
  • Page 12-Syllabus
weekly book recommendation

Weekly Book Recommendation

Morton Meyerson, CEO of Perot Systems wrote an article entitled, “Everything I thought I knew about leadership was wrong, my first job as a leader was to create a new understanding of myself.” p.62

Goleman, D. (1998). Working with emotional intelligence. New York: Bantam Books.

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Weekly Book Recommendation

“It’s one reason emotionally intelligent leaders attract talented people – for the pleasure of working in their presence. Conversely, leaders who emit the negative register – who are irritable, touchy, domineering, cold repel people. No one wants to work for a grouch. Research has proven it: Optimistic, enthusiastic leaders more easily retain their people, compared with those bosses who tend toward negative moods.” p.12

Goleman, D., Boyatzis, R. & McKee, A. (2002). Primal Leadership: Learning to Lead with Emotional Intelligence

linkedin

LINKEDIN

GUEST SPEAKER:

GAYLE BRIDGEMAN

ei competencies
EI Competencies
  • Self-Awareness
  • Self-Management
  • Social Awareness
  • Relationship Management

EI

(from Primal Leadership Goleman, Boyatzis and McKee 2002)

self awareness knowing one s internal states preferences resources and intuitions
SELF AWARENESSKnowing one’s internal states, preferences, resources and intuitions
  • Emotional Self-Awareness– Recognize your own inner signals, note how decisions and values match
  • Accurate Self-Assessment– Know your real limits and strengths, be graceful in learning, know when to ask for help
  • Realistic Self-Confidence– Be willing and able to play to your strengths, admit you have them!
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Social AwarenessAwareness of other’s feelings, needs, concerns and the currents, networks and politics of the organization
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Awareness of other’s feelings, needs, concerns and the currents, networks and politics of the organization
  • Empathy – Listen, attune, grasp other’s perspectives
  • Organizational Awareness –Understanding organization politics being able to be politically astute, know the values and unspoken rules
  • External Awareness – Being aware of others around you and how you effect them.
awareness of one s effect on others ability to work effectively and efficiently with others
Awareness of one’s effect on others, ability to work effectively and efficiently with others
  • Inspirational – Embody what you ask of others
  • Influence – Be persuasive and engaging
  • Developing Others – Cultivate people’s abilities
  • Change Catalyst – Recognize the need for change, challenge the status quo
  • Conflict Management – acknowledge and redirect
  • Building Bonds – Cultivate the web of relationships
  • Teamwork & Collaboration – Be a model of respect, helpfulness and cooperation
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What does it mean to “manage” oneself?TURN TO YOUR NEIGHBOR AND SHARE AN EXAMPLEOF SELF-MANAGEMENT:1) WHEN YOU DID 2) WHEN YOU DIDN’T

self management
SELF MANAGEMENT
  • Emotional self-control: keeping disruptive emotions and impulses under control
  • Transparency: Displaying honesty and integrity; trustworthiness
  • Adaptability: flexibility in adapting to changing situations or overcoming obstacles
  • Achievement: The drive to improve performance to meet inner standards of excellence.
  • Initiative: Readiness to act and seize opportunities
  • Optimism: Seeing the upside in events
do you have self management

Do you have self-management?

Would others say you have it?

relationship management
Relationship Management
  • Inspirational
  • Influence
  • Developing Others
  • Change Catalyst
  • Conflict Management
  • Building Bonds
  • Teamwork & Collaboration

Awareness of one’s effect on others, ability to work effectively and efficiently with others

relationship management1
RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT
  • Inspirational leadership: Guiding and motivating with a compelling vision
  • Influence: Wielding a range of tactics for persuasion
  • Developing others: Bolstering others’ abilities through feedback and guidance.
  • Change catalyst: Initiating, managing, and leading in a new direction
  • Conflict management: resolving disagreements
  • Building bonds: Cultivating and maintaining a web of relationships
  • Teamwork and collaboration: cooperation and team building.
relationship management why is it important
Relationship ManagementWhy is it important?
  • Co-workers
  • Customers
  • Family
  • Friends
group exercise
Group Exercise
  • Discuss whether or not you believe EI is more important than IQ, why or why not?
  • Share your highest EI score and share why you think you scored so well in this area.
  • Share your lowest EI score and share why you think you scored so low in this area.
  • How do you think you can increase these scores?
industry function groups
Industry/Function Groups
  • Select a team lead
  • Exchange each other’s contact information
  • Write down the name of your group and list everyone who is in your group and turn in before you leave tonight.