Available for 0.5 elective credit in the CACE program.
Only offered face-to-face at UVic.
Remember when IQ was the major predictor of professional success? Well, no longer. Research shows that our emotional intelligence is the primary indicator for both personal and professional success; the good news is that it can be learned.
In this workshop, we’ll explore and hone our emotional intelligence using the research from Goleman, Bar-On and Short. In addition, we'll learn about Gardener's multiple intelligence theory and how to implement this into our working world and personal relationships.
Describe and work with Daniel Goleman’s emotional intelligence framework.
Describe and work with Reuven Bar-On’s emotional intelligence framework.
Describe and work with Ronald Short’s emotional intelligence framework.
Consider the similarities and differences between the emotional intelligence frameworks.
Describe and work with Howard Gardner’s multiple intelligences framework.
Employ the working knowledge of these frameworks into their personal, academic, and professional worlds.
Use Kolb’s learning cycle as a template for experimenting with the intelligences
Online course withdrawal/refund policy:
CACE course registrants will receive a full refund up to the course start date. From the course start date to six calendar days into the course, students who withdraw will receive a refund less the $50 administrative fee. Students who withdraw seven or more calendar days after the course start date will receive no refund.
Face-to-face course and workshop withdrawal/refund policy:
CACE students must pay an administrative fee of $50 if they withdraw from a course/workshop before the registration deadline. Students who withdraw after this date will not receive any refund.