EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ...

AND HUMAN RELATIONS FOR FAITH-BASED ORGANISATIONS

Emotional Intelligence smlAt the Provincial Synod 2019, Judy Joseph McSween, Time Out Specialist/CEO
and Secretary of The Center for Emotional Intelligence and Human Relations Skills.
Presented to the Synod on Emotional Intelligence and how it affects us in our mission and ministry.

 Emotional Intelligence (Goleman) is defined as the ability to ▪ identify, ▪ assess, and ▪ control one's own emotions, the emotions of others and that of groups.

WHAT’S YOUR EXPERIENCE?
• Extract from Emotional Intelligence for Religious Leaders. “If we are to lead excellently, we are unable to process every scenario that we encounter on a purely informational or rational level. By ignoring our emotions, we will short circuit our abilities and stunt our formation as religious leaders”.

Here is the PDF of the powerpoint presentation.