Emotional Intelligence is the ability to recognise, understand, and manage our own emotions, while also being able to recognise and influence the emotions of others. Emotional intelligence has become an increasingly important aspect of leadership, as it allows leaders to build better relationships with their teams, handle conflicts more effectively, and make better decisions.
In this webinar, we will discuss the importance of Emotional Intelligence in Leadership and how it can be developed through the Cranfield University Senior Leader Programmes. The Senior Leader Programme is a world-renowned executive education program designed to help senior leaders develop their leadership skills, including emotional intelligence. This program provides senior leaders with the opportunity to learn from world-class faculty, engage with peers, and develop new skills and insights to enhance their leadership capabilities.
We will explore the key concepts of Emotional Intelligence in Leadership, including self-awareness, self-regulation, empathy, and social skills. We will also discuss how the Cranfield University Senior Leader Programme can help leaders develop these skills and become more effective.
Sue Ledgard - Grant Thornton
People Advisory Consumer Lead
Sue has 20 years’ experience of working within apprenticeships and she supports clients within the consumer industry, with their people/learning & development strategies, specifically around maximising apprenticeships to develop and upskill talent.
Dr Lyn Lanka B.A., MSc., Ph.D., Chartered Psychologist, FHEA, CertSMPC– Cranfield University
Course Director/Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour
Lyn has over 10 years of teaching experience including international teaching in China, Brazil, and the U.S.A. Lyn has taught a range of courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, including work psychology, occupational psychology, and organisational behaviour.
Neil Godfrey – Cranfield University
Corporate Relationships Director
Neil has worked at Cranfield University for almost 23 years and currently works with Cranfield’s commercial and public sector partners, with a particular focus on helping employers maximise their use of the apprenticeship levy.