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Emotional Intelligence for Future Business Leaders


Thu 12 Mar 2020, 8:00am–4:00pm

Where: University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Public: $880.00
  • UWA Staff, Alumni and Growth Owner and Manager Alumni: $550.00
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In this fast-changing environment, where digital technology is rapidly evolving, it is important to understand the crucial role of EQ in the workplace and how we can use it to our benefit. EQ is a key skill required by future leaders and managers in this changing workplace. Ask yourself, can you identify emotional intelligence in an interview? Do you know how your emotional intelligence is affecting your workplace conduct? Are you able to use your emotional intelligence to your advantage?
Being able to harness your emotional intelligence is the key to success. Emotions affect how we operate, how we communicate and how we are perceived. Harnessing our own emotional intelligence and that of those around us directly impacts every facet of our lives.

Who Will Benefit?
Anyone required to work with people; managers and leaders striving to better understand their own and other people’s emotions in order to build better working relationships.

Program Content
- Defining emotional intelligence (EQ)
- The four dimensions of EQ (Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Management).
- Impact of EQ on work performance
- Benefits of EQ for the organisation
- Building high EQ organisations
- Leadership competencies in high EQ organisations
- Emotional Intelligence Test
- EQ application to your business principles

Learning Outcomes
After completing the workshop, you will be able to:
- Understand EQ
- Identify your own EQ
- Identify the EQ of your team
- Apply effective techniques to get the best outcome
- Evolve your EQ
- Understand the EQ your team/project requires

Program Requirements
Pre-work will be required prior to attendance on this program. A survey will be sent ahead of time for completion before the course.

Facilitated by Andy Lamb
Andy Lamb is a successful entrepreneur driven by innovation, and the excitement of what can be. As a mentor, speaker and facilitator of change, he is constantly supporting the success of other entrepreneurs, whilst working as founder of Innovation Studios, and director and co-founder of real estate platform disrupter mi Kastle.

Based in Perth, Andy successfully works with clients throughout Australia and Asia. He recently worked with CSIRO’s ON Accelerate program to assist with research and deep science commercialisation. A serial disruptor and early adopter of new technology trends, Andy has been involved in technology-based businesses for over 25 years. He uniquely balances a 20-year corporate career holding senior strategy roles for global consulting and financial companies with hands on start-up experience, and a deep research and education viewpoint.

Assistant Facilitator - Zoe Vos
Zoe Vos describes herself as a multipotentialite. Her ability to harness her EQ has enabled her to work across many different fields and in very different roles across event management, payroll, legislation project management, coworking management and many others.

Zoe recently completed 12 months with American start-up Remote Year, where she led a group of 80 independent digital nomads across the world. In this role she was their leader, travel agent, business advisor, mentor, security advisor, coworking manager, accommodation and logistics manager, complaints resolution officer and, above all, the mediator for a group of strangers who had embarked on a unique experience to travel and work across the world.

She has now brought her experience back to Perth and is managing UWA IQX, bringing together commercial industry and academia. Together, they will take on a journey to see how Emotional Intelligence is and will become even more relevant as technology advances and mundane tasks are replaced by automation. You will walk away knowing how to use your human assets for competitive advantage.

The event will be at the UWA IQX Main Hall.