Developing EQ for Performance Webinar for Pastors

Our emotional intelligence (EQ) informs every decision we make in our personal and professional lives and has a profound impact on our ability to lead others effectively. For most of us, these skills were developed in an emotionally nurturing home. However, in light of today’s crises, stress fractures are beginning to emerge that will negatively impact organizations if they go untreated. We have a choice: either ignore the pain associated with the hidden trauma or do something to address these issues.
In this webinar, we will examine some key concepts to get you started. Based on years of experience in assessing thousands of individuals, we’ll describe why EQ affects our ability to lead well, provide some tips for success, and answer some critical questions like:

1) Why is it so challenging to change?
2) What does the latest research say?
3) Why is it important?
4) What does the Bible say about EQ?
5) What are concrete ways to monitor EQ?
6) How do I begin to develop EQ?
7) Where do I look for resources?

Dr. Greg Wiens is an expert in the field of psychometrics and assessments. He is currently working with ECO in a variety of ways related to helping to assess church planters and candidates for ministry. Dr. Wiens has also done a tremendous amount of work in the area of emotional Intelligence (EQ) and understands how critical EQ is, especially in times of crisis. He has offered to do a one hour training for up to 100 pastors.

The presentation will take about 30 minutes, followed by 30 minutes for Q&A.

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EQ Assessment


Jun 11 2020


  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Jun 11 2020


Emotional, Spiritual or Mental Health
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