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The Impact Of Emotional Intelligence On Leadership Effectiveness

Friday, February 13, 2015, 7:45 AM until 10:30 AM
Indiana Wesleyan University
4100 Rockside Road
Independence, OH  44131
Monthly Program
Registration is required
Payment In Advance Only
No Fee

Research findings from Case Western Reserve University show the positive impact of a coaching relationship on the effectiveness of leaders in organizations, among other encouraging results. The presentation covers research on 100 senior leaders in a major national bank who completed a leadership development program that included coaching. The intervention, the critical role of coaching, and inspiring stories of individual and organizational transformation will be described. 


In this program you will:
  • Discover how the concepts of Emotional Intelligence, Intentional Change Theory and compassionate coaching can be applied in an organizational context.
  • Learn key findings from groundbreaking new research on leadership coaching completed at Case Western Reserve University.
  • Be introduced to coaching frameworks and techniques leveraged by coaches in the intervention.
  • Have an opportunity to experience the power of Intentional Change Theory and coaching with compassion. 
Ellen Van Oosten, PhD is Visiting Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior and Faculty Director for Executive Education at Case Western Reserve University.  Dr. Van Oosten’s research and teaching focus on leadership, executive development, emotional intelligence and coaching in the workplace.  She has provided coaching, training and/or consulting to a number of organizations including Fifth Third Bank, Moen, Sherwin Williams, Scottish Enterprises and numerous individuals involved in the School’s executive education programs.   She has authored several articles on the subject of coaching and emotional intelligence and frequently presents at conferences.