Neil Katz, Ph.D., has been a professor and consultant/trainer for many prestigious organizations over the past 40 years. Most of his academic career has been at the Maxwell School of Citizenship at Syracuse University, where he served as director or associate director of six different conflict resolution programs. Currently, he is a Professor and former Chair at Nova Southeastern University. He is also an author of over 35 books, book chapters and articles on negotiation, mediation and conflict resolution and has his own consulting firm in organizational effectiveness. Professor Katz has won many awards, including the Martin Luther King, Jr. Human Rights Award from the city of Syracuse for his commitment and work in nonviolence and conflict resolution; the 2016 William Kreidler Award for Distinguished Service to the Field of Conflict Resolution from the Association for Conflict Resolution; and the 2019 Distinguished Professor of the Year from the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences of Nova Southeastern University.
Grow Older; Grow Wiser; Lead by Example
In this informative and entertaining lecture, we will explore one of the hot topics in both the popular and academic literature of today: emotional intelligence and its implications. Research has demonstrated that emotional intelligence, defined as “the capacity for managing emotions well in ourselves and our relationships,” might be much more important than cognitive or technical abilities for professional and personal success and accomplishments. And, good news for many of us, unlike other competencies, emotional intelligence tends to increase as we age!
This event will utilize lecture, surveys, film-clips and discussions to examine the four pillars of emotional intelligence — self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship management. We will use a confidential short survey to see where we stand in relationship to these four components, learn the behaviors that are key to each, and touch on some strategies and tools to boost our competence and confidence in this critical endeavor. In addition, we will highlight some contemporary CEOs who utilize emotional intelligence as major contributors to their success.
Register Early! There is a $5 charge for registering on the day of a one-time lecture or event.
|Course # W1M2 — One Time Event
|Place:||Auditorium, Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus|
|Dates:||Monday, January 27 2020 |
|Time:||12 - 1:30 PM|
|Fee:||$30 / member; $35 / non-member|