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emotional intelligence and academic leadership

EI Training & Research Institute

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE and Academic Leadership

July 30, 2007

© 2007 by Darwin B. Nelson. Gary R. Low. All rights reserved.

inspiration from cesar chavez a focus on building community
Inspiration from Cesar ChavezA Focus on Building Community

“WE CANNOT SEEK ACHIEVEMENT FOR OURSELVES AND FORGET ABOUT PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY FOR OUR COMMUNITY…OUR AMBITIONS MUST BE BROAD ENOUGH TO INCLUDE THE ASPIRATION AND NEEDS OF OTHERS, FOR THEIR SAKES AND FOR OUR OWN.”

inspiration from john gardner a focus on building self
Inspiration from John GardnerA Focus on Building Self

“WHAT WE MUST REACH FOR IS A CONCEPTION OF PERPETUAL SELF-DISCOVERY, PERPETUAL RESHAPING TO REALIZE ONE’S BEST SELF, TO BE THE PERSON ONE COULD BE”

institutional ways forward
Institutional Ways Forward
  • Quality Enhancement Plans (QEP)
  • Campus Plans
  • Grass Roots Initiatives
the education model of ei
The Education Model of EI
  • Emerging Model of Darwin Nelson and Gary Low
    • Professors, Educational Leadership and Counseling, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
  • Research derived (1977 – Present)
    • Emotional Skills
    • Achievement and Retention
    • Personal Excellence
    • Person/Student Centered
  • Develops Effective Students & Leaders
  • Addresses Accountability
personal outcomes we hope students exhibit as a result of education
Personal Outcomes We Hope Students Exhibit As A Result Of Education?
  • Personal Responsibility
  • Work Ethic
  • Compassion
  • Reflective/Constructive Reasoning
  • Meaningful Self-Direction
  • Life-Long Learning
  • Intelligent Self Direction
academic leadership outcomes hoped for myself
Academic LeadershipOutcomes Hoped for Myself
  • Shared Vision of Student Success
  • Cooperative Relationships
  • Professional Development
  • Collaborative Style
  • Continuous Learning Organization
  • Culture of Success
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EI ≠ IQ

Emotional

Experiential

Cognitive

Academic

Reactive

Rational

emotional intelligence is
Emotional Intelligence is …
  • A Learned Ability To Think Constructively and Act Wisely
  • A Model for Healthy Change
  • A Reflective Process for Life-Long Transformational Learning
  • Intelligent Self Direction
what is emotional intelligence
What is Emotional Intelligence?

Emotional intelligence is a confluence of developed skills and abilities that facilitate (a) the accurate knowledge and value of self, as well as responsible actions based on personal worth and dignity; (b) a variety of strong, healthy relationships; (c) the ability to work well with others; and (d) productive reactions to the demands and pressures of daily life and work.

ei beliefs we believe that
EI Beliefs - We believe that …
  • … people seek healthful and happy outcomes and avoid painful ones.
  • … people seek relationships with others and their environments.
  • … interdependence is more important than independence.
ei beliefs we believe that12
EI Beliefs - We believe that …
  • … effective people develop an ability to overcome problems & deficits (life-long learners).
  • … change occurs best in an engaging learning environment that is trusting, positive, honest, caring, and genuine.
  • … students and adults organize their worlds from their unique frames of reference.
slide13

EI Beliefs - We believe that …

  • … students need help in learning how to learn
  • … students need help in developing readiness for college expectations and academic rigor
  • … students need to be a full and active partner in the college environment
slide14

EI Beliefs - We believe that …

  • … students need to learn how to engage themselves in classes and programs
  • … people need to learn and understand the contributions of the emotional mind
why is ei important
Why Is EI Important?
  • Key to institutional success
  • Key to academic, career, life, and leadership success
  • Students who learn & develop EI skills achieve at higher levels & become more engaged
  • EI centric programs improve achievement and retention
slide16

Emotional intelligence is integrative!

Cognitive

Mind

Emotional

Mind

EI

Appropriate

Behavior

Emotional intelligence is the ability to think constructively and act wisely!

slide17
Do you think emotional intelligence can and should be taught?

How do you teach and learn EI skills and competencies?

slide18

Apply

Explore

Learn

Identify

Understand

The

Emotional Learning

System

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Emotional Information

Emotionally

Reactive

EXPERIENTIAL MIND

(FEELING)

Emotionally Reflective

UNCONSCIOUS

Rational & Wise Actions

Step D

Self-Development:

Learn

Step A

Self-Assessment:

Explore

Step E

Self-Improvement:

Apply & Model

Emotionally

Intelligent

Behavior

Wisdom

Harmony

Step C

Self-Knowledge:

Understand

Step B

Self-Awareness:

Identify

Constructive & Critical Thinking

CONSCIOUS

Integrating & Synthesizing

COGNITIVE MIND

(THINKING)

THE

EMOTIONAL

LEARNING

SYSTEM

©

integrative approach to quality enhancement
Integrative Approachto Quality Enhancement
  • ESAP (Emotional Skills Assessment Process)
  • ESAP-CV (College Version)
  • Intelligent Self-Direction
  • Personal Excellence Map
the emotional intelligence assessment process esap
The Emotional Intelligence Assessment Process (ESAP)
  • Four competence areas
    • Interpersonal Communication
    • Personal Leadership
    • Self-Management
    • Intrapersonal Skills
  • Three potential problem areas
    • Aggression
    • Deference
    • Change Orientation
the esap skills
The ESAP Skills

Interpersonal

  • Assertion
  • Anger Management
  • Anxiety Management

Personal Leadership

  • Comfort
  • Empathy
  • Decision Making
  • Leadership

Self Management

  • Drive Strength
  • Time Management
  • Commitment Ethic
  • Change Orientation

Intrapersonal

  • Self Esteem
  • Stress Management
emotional intelligence profile

TAMUK First-Year Student Profile

High Achieving Profile

Emotional Intelligence Profile

Academic At-Risk Profile

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Why Is EI Important?

EI skills contribute to academic and professional achievement. EI skills promote specific ways of thinking and behaving that help people develop leadership, learn more effectively, use constructive thinking, and make successful school to college to career transitions.

time management
Time Management

I set specific goals for my career and my life.

I willingly undertake challenging projects that involve some risk of failure.

I am an achiever.

When proceeding with a difficult task,I think of all the resources that are available to me in order to successfully accomplish the task.

M S L

M S L

M S L

M S L

commitment ethic
Commitment Ethic

When something needs to be done,people turn to me.

I have a strong sense of right and wrong for myself, and I behave accordingly.

I am a “hard worker” even when not supervised.

I rarely fail at anything that I consider important.

M S L

M S L

M S L

M S L

change orientation
Change Orientation

I am not satisfied with the way I management my time.

One of the things that I need to change most is how I feel about myself as a person.

I am not satisfied with my leadership ability.

One of the things I need to change most is how I physically take care of my body.

M S L

M S L

M S L

M S L

decision making
Decision Making

I make decisions and act rather than worrying about the alternatives and becoming tense.

When involved in a group project, I suggest solutions which other group members accept.

My friends and co-workers ask my help in making important decisions.

I seldom regret the decisions that I have made.

M S L

M S L

M S L

M S L

transfer of learning activity
Transfer of Learning Activity
  • 13 Groups.
  • Each group experience one EI skill assessment together.
  • Within groups, try to come up with a representative scenario of the role that the skill has had your work setting (either positive or negative).
  • Report out with your scenario and leadership options.
community college examples
Community College Examples
  • Galveston College
  • Javelina EI Program
  • College Of The Mainland
  • San Jacinto College
  • Coastal Bend College
  • South Texas College
a day with seymour epstein
A Day withSeymour Epstein
  • Professor emeritus at the University of Massachusetts.
  • Constructive Thinking: The Key to Emotional Intelligence.
  • National Institute of Mental Health Research Scientist and Merit award recipient.
  • September 14, CC Omni Bayfront
ei institutes conferences
EI Institutes & Conferences

2002 – Emotional Intelligence Research Initiative

2004 – Emotional Intelligence: An Education Based Model

2005 – Emotional Intelligence: Person-Centered Assessment and Transformative Learning

2006 – Emotional Intelligence: Catch The Wave

2007 – Emotional Intelligence And Leadership: A Vision Of Excellence

2008 – Personal Excellence: Building Quality From Within

for additional information
For Additional Information …
  • http://www.tamuk.edu/edu/kwei000
  • http://www.EiLearningSys.com
  • http://www.EITRI.org
  • Gary@EiLearningSys.com
  • Gary Low (361) 593-2203

EITRI

The EI Training & Research Institute

galveston college
Galveston College
  • Nelson & Low Education Model Used In Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP)
  • ESAP Assessment Used For Research, Accountability Data, Evaluation, And Planning
  • English Classes
  • Achieving The Dream
  • Beverly Gammill and Melanie Johnson
college of the mainland
College Of The Mainland
  • Psychology Of Success Class
  • ESAP Used For Assessment And Person-centered Instruction
  • Emotional Intelligence: Achieving Academic & Career Excellence Book (Nelson & Low, 2003, Prentice Hall)
  • Learning Community with EI Focus
  • Cathy Moran
san jacinto college
San Jacinto College
  • ESAP and Emotional Intelligence book used in MECA
  • Nursing Program
  • Developmental Writing
  • Selected for use in new Foundations Of Success course (Fall 2007)
  • Dr. Robert Vela, Jr.
coastal bend college
Coastal Bend College
  • COUGAR CAMP
  • Title V Program
  • New Critical Thinking Course (Planning Stages)
  • Drs. Santos Martinez & Rito Silva, Jr
south texas college
South Texas College
  • Emotional Intelligence and Teaching Excellence
  • South Texas Leadership Academy
  • Faculty Professional Development
  • 2008 Emotional Intelligence Research Institute Host
texas a m university kingsville
Texas A&M University-Kingsville
  • Emotional Intelligence And Leadership: A Vision Of Excellence (Keynote At 2007 Conf)
  • 5 TAMUK Courses Featuring EI
  • First-year Education Course
  • Graduate Course For Counselors
  • 3 Doctoral Courses
recent doctoral research
Recent Doctoral Research
  • Rito Silva, Jr. (TAMU)
  • Max Abbassi (TAMU-K)
  • George Potter (TAMU-K)
  • Marky Smith (TAMU-CC)
  • Maggie Williams (TAMU-K)
  • Robert Vela (TAMU-K)
  • Barbara Stottlemyer (TAMU-K)
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Recent Doctoral Research
  • Rito Silva, Jr. (2007).

When asked: “What strategies will be critical for future Hispanic administrators to utilize in order to be successful in higher education” 100% of the panelists responded, “Emotional Intelligence.”

  • Max Abbassi (2007).

The importance of collaboration, communication and cooperative problem-solving between academic chairs and faculty were identified as keys to effective academic leadership and institutional success.

recent doctoral research47
Recent Doctoral Research
  • George Potter (2005)

First-year college students who participated in the EI program outperformed those who did not.

  • Marky Smith (2004)

The major conclusion was that the EI intervention program was significantly effective in impacting change, growth, improvement, and development in the majority of factors considered (with an at-risk high school sample).

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Recent Doctoral Research
  • Maggie Williams (2004)

An examination of the problem of retaining first-year students at TAMUK. Both academic factors (ACT/SAT scores, high school class standing) and the EI Skills of drive strength, time management, and commitment ethic are significantly correlated, predicting both retention and academic achievement.

  • Robert Vela (2003)

EI skills found to be significant factor in the academic achievement of first-year college students.

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Recent Doctoral Research
  • Barbara Stottlemyer (2002)

The results of the study showed that there is a significant relationship between selected emotional intelligence skills and academic achievement. The resilience of students who succeed despite environmental and economic deficiencies may also be related to emotional intelligence.