Developing Emotional Intelligence for
K12 Teachers
Research has shown that Emotional Intelligence (EI) is twice as important as IQ and technical skills for jobs at all levels.* EI is a behavior-based competency that can be learned. In this webinar, you will learn how to lead yourself in the primary skills associated with EI and how to bring EI strategies into the K12 classroom.

Participants will also have the opportunity to dive in deeper after the webinar through Brandman’s professional development course Leading with Emotional Intelligence .” Through a grant, the first twenty-five individ uals who register for the course will be able to participate in the professional learning at no cost, usually $150 per participant.**
In this webinar we will focus on:

  • What is emotional intelligence (EI)
  • Incorporating EI strategies into the K12 classroom
  • What does a lack of EI look like
  • The 4 primary competencies of EI
  • How is EI learned
*Goleman D. (1998) What Makes a Leader? Harvard Business Review .
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This live webinar event is FREE and open to the public  

Instructor:
Elise Boggs

Date:
Monday, November 5

Time:
4:00-5:00pm Pacific

Who should attend: 
-PreK-12 teachers
-Teacher candidates
-School administrators
-Para-educators/Aides


**This event is hosted by Brandman University and made possible through a generous grant from the Better Together CA Teachers Summit .