Emotional Intelligence Seminar

March 13, 2021
Emotional Intelligence Seminar

13 Mar 2021
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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My boss is really hard to please. I’m not sure what I can do differently.
My classmate just can’t focus on the details! How can we work together?
My roommate gets frustrated with me, but I’m really not sure why.

Would you like to improve your relationships, manage your time better, be more motivated, make wise decisions under pressure, and express your emotions in a healthy way?

These are all related to Emotional Intelligence (EQ), and we are privileged to have guest speakers from Global Leadership Partners (GLP) who will provide world-class training on EQ.


Terry Cole
Product Supply Executive

Anita Coward
Franchise Owner, Team Builder, Storyteller

Kevin Forrest
Vice President of Sales

L Gordon Paisley
Transformation Leader,
Human Resources Executive, Consultant

Daniel Perschke
Vice President and Controller

Register by February 19 for $9 off!
Cost: $19


  • admission to the seminar
  • an online Professional Mentoring Session with one of the speakers and a community partner after the seminar
  • a seminar packet with goodies from our partners (for those who live in the US)
  • networking opportunities with fellow international students studying around the country

Register by February 19 to ensure seminar packet delivery before date of seminar (available for international students, scholars, and their spouses only).

If you register after February 19 delivery of seminar packet by date of seminar is not guaranteed.

Registration closes at end of day, March 5.

Join us on Zoom 10 AM – 12 Noon Eastern Time, (9 AM – 11 AM Central Time) Saturday, March 13 to learn different aspects of EQ and what you can do to improve yours.

All the content in GLP’s training modules is based on extensive experience in the Procter & Gamble Company – often assessed to be the #1 Company in the world for developing leaders. What makes our training even better is that our speakers use their rich experience as executives at the world’s most admired companies to provide practical advice on applying leadership principles.

As many high level executives say, “IQ may get you hired, but EQ gets you promoted!”