|Emotional Intelligence Training & Accreditation|
The Leaders Emotional Insight Program™ is a powerful two day workshop designed for managers who want to understand how the power of the mind can influence results they hope to achieve. It also focuses on how feelings (moods and emotions) play a central role in leadership effectiveness. The workshop uses a combination of psychological techniques to help assist managers to develop their emotional intelligence (EI) by focusing on the four pillars of EI (the ability to identify emotions, to use emotions, to understand emotions, and to manage emotions) from a workplace perspective. An ability EI measure will also be administered to participants by a registered psychologist who will provide participants with individual reports.
What sets the workshops apart from other EI programs?
If you are interested in attending a public LEIP™ workshop, please go to our Events & Workshops section for specific dates and locations. Alternatively we can customise the program and run it in-house for a group of managers by offering a competitive quote. The advantages of an in-house program are significantly reduced costs and reduce travel time for employees. We will also work with you to customize the program to meet the needs of your organisation and if you have a Human Resource or Organisation Development team we can transfer much of the course content allowing them to run future programs. Please send your initial interest using the enquiry form.
In 1990, Peter Salovey and John Mayer drew together much of the material available on cognition (i.e., capacity to carry out abstract reasoning) and emotion (defined as signals that convey regular, discernable meanings about relationships) and developed the first theory of Emotional Intelligence. Their most recent definition suggests that EI is the “…ability to recognise the meanings of emotions and their relationships and to reason and problem-solve based on them”, often referred to as the Ability Based Model of EI.
EI is seen as the capacity to perceive emotions, assimilate emotion-related feelings, understand the information of those emotions, and manage them. This definition of EI is measured through the Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT™).
The MSCEIT™ is an ability measure of EI requiring participants to complete a set of tasks associated with either perceiving emotion, using emotion, understanding emotional information or managing emotions. It contains 141 items which are broken down into eight tasks, which are further divided into four branches of abilities including (a) perceiving emotion, (b) using emotion to facilitate thought, (c) understanding emotion, and (d) managing emotions.
If you are interested in attending a MSCEIT™ accreditation workshop, please go to our Events & Workshops section for specific dates and locations. We have programs schedule for Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland in 2011, facilitated by Dr David Rosete. Click HERE to download flyer.
A unique assessment requires a unique certification program. Our two-day training program provide you with information, knowledge, skills and experience to master the ability model of emotional intelligence, the MSCEIT™, and the workplace applications of the model and assessment.
Participants will be able to:
The course consists of several components:
The classroom component includes the following elements:
Each participant will receive:
Certification on the MSCEIT™ is granted by the test publisher, Multi-Health Systems (MHS) after successful completion of all the above steps. Participants may freely use any and all materials provided to them as part of this certification course with no additional charge (except, of course, for the MSCEIT™ itself).
We have the great pleasure of working in partnership with Dr David Caruso (co-author of the MSCEIT™) and Dr David Rosete.
David R. Caruso, Ph.D.
David is a management psychologist who develops and conducts emotional intelligence training around the world. He consults in the areas of leader development, career assessment, team effectiveness training, and executive coaching. At Yale University, he is the Special Assistant to the Dean of Yale College as well as a Research Affiliate in the Department of Psychology. David has co-authored more than 40 publications, as well as the Mayer, Salovey, Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test and, with Peter Salovey, the practical, how-to book, The Emotionally Intelligent Manager. He was a National Institute of Child Health and Human Development pre-doctoral fellow and received a Ph.D. in Psychology from Case Western Reserve University. He was then awarded a National Institute of Mental Health fellowship and spent two years as a post-doctoral fellow in Developmental Psychology at Yale University.
David Rosete. Ph.D.
David is Head of Human Resources for a SME manufacturing company, is a Company Director and organisational psychologist with over sixteen years experience working within the insurance, financial, not-for-profit, manufacturing, mining, rail and government sectors, specialising in all facets of human resource management, and organisation development. He has an extensive track record of consistently implementing initiatives that have shown long-term ROI that build organisational capability and capacity including implementing cultural change programs, translating human capital data into compelling recommendations to the business, architect to best practices in workforce planning and talent development, managing the learning and development strategies including transforming organisations into RTO’s, facilitating merger and acquisitions, and leading large complex HR organisations. He has also lectured at various Australian universities in the areas of management and organisational psychology.
David undertook his PhD research in the area of leadership effectiveness, emotional intelligence, personality, and cognitive intelligence, and has published over a dozen peer-reviewed journal articles and conference proceedings. David is a practicing Organisational Psychologist and a member of the College of Organisational Psychologists (COP), and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD). He was personally coached by Dr David Caruso and is now one of only six accredited trainers worldwide in the Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT™). David runs MSCEIT™ Certification Programs in the Australia and New Zealand.