405 Alderman Hall
Back by popular demand! Join us this spring for the Artemisia workshop Building Your Leadership Potential with Emotional Intelligence! As the pace of change in today’s world increases, there is a greater need than ever for leaders to develop “emotional intelligence.”
Emotional intelligence is a set of emotional and social skills that influence the way we perceive and express ourselves, develop and maintain social relationships, cope with challenges and use emotional information in an effective and meaningful way. How well we develop and use these abilities greatly affects how well we live our lives.
Prior to the workshop, participants will take an online assessment called the Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i ®). Participants will leave with a deeper understanding of core emotional intelligence skills and create a self-development plan to enhance their EQ skills.
Extension Professor, Leadership and Civic Engagement
University of Minnesota, Center for Community Vitality
Catherine (Catie) Rasmussen is an Extension Professor in Leadership and Civic Engagement with the University of Minnesota. She holds a Masters in curriculum and instruction and brings over 35 years of experience in education. She has created an award-winning program for Minnesota counties which builds bridges across communities and has co-authored the facilitation guidebook, Committees That Work – Common Traps, Creative Solutions.
As a certified trainer in the field of emotional intelligence, she has been a trainer for several Universities, state and national associations, and has published research in the Journal of Leadership Education. Catherine has also worked internationally, bringing leadership development programming to Morocco and Kenya. She is a frequent trainer and speaker for organizations, bringing a passion for engaging participants in the joy of learning about themselves and others in order to create change.