|Categories||1.1 Customer Service, 2.1 Employee Engagement, 2.2 Leadership Development, 3.3 Student Success and Support Services|
|Types||Equity and Diversity|
|Workshop/Course||Introduction to Emotional Intelligence and Diversity|
|Date||Start Time||End Time||Location|
|Friday February 09, 2018||09:00 AM||04:00 PM||6-160|
|Instructor(s)||Yolanda Haro, Lianne Maldonado-Greenlee|
Developing the capacity to understand and manage feelings and deal effectively with others, no matter how great the differences, is a critical competence in today’s diverse workplace. Emotional Intelligence and Diversity (EID) is an intentional, conscious process that enables you to gain understanding and mastery over your emotions. In this one-day training you will develop the following EID competencies: Affirmative Introspection, Intercultural Literacy, Social Architecting, and Self-Governance. Training will include experiential activities to enhance the learning for all participants. This experience will improve your intercultural competence, increase your empathy, and provide you with strategies to enhance your interactions with diverse groups of students and colleagues.
For Classified members who choose to attend this activity during non-working time, it has been approved for 6.0 hours toward a Professional Growth Benefit by the Classified Professional Development Committee.
This activity is pending approval of 6.0 hours toward a Professional Growth Increment by Salary and Leaves.
Reasonable accommodations, including Sign Language Interpreters, can be provided upon request with 3 days advance notice.
|Salary Advancement Credit||0|
|Duffy, Patricia Doris||Enrolled|
|Gutierrez (Basurto), Daisy||Enrolled|