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24EQ: Salovey & Freedman - Why, What, How EQ?
Thursday, July 5, 2012 from 5:00 PM to 5:50 PM (PDT)
24EQ Conference presents Peter Salovey & Joshua Freedman...
How was “emotional intelligence” discovered?
What does it mean for academia – and for the rest of us?
In 1990, Peter Salovey and John Mayer wrote a paper that described how emotions could actually be part of intelligence. While the origins of EI go back to Darwin and before, for the first time, this paper outlined how emotional intelligence could meet the academic criteria for “intelligence.”
Salovey, now Provost at Yale University, and Joshua Freedman, COO of the world’s most extensive network of emotional intelligence practitioners (and organizer of 24EQ), will discuss their perspectives and work in this fascinating discipline. Participants will be welcome to add questions, and topics will include:
- How did the concept of emotional intelligence first arise?
- Is “EI” or “EQ” really that important? Why is there so much interest?
- Can emotional intelligence be improved?
- What does the “Third Decade of Emotional Intelligence” hold in store for this work (90s, 2000s, 2010s)
To close the session, Freedman will share some new research comparing managers and senior managers globally, showing that skill in "Pursuing Noble Goals" (from the Six Seconds Model) is much higher for senior leaders. Together with all participants in the session, we will consider the implication of these findings.
When: July 5, 5:00-5:50 PM Pacific / San Francisco time (World times for this session)
This session is part of 24EQ, the first ever global, virtual EQ conference (starting 00:00 GMT July 6, and continuing for 24 hours around the world)
Registration is free. Donations are welcome to the Six Seconds' EQ Scholarship Fund, used to provide emotional intelligence certification training to educators who are committed to increasing EQ for the next generation.
Recordings of selected 24EQ sessions are available for two weeks to those who donate over US$ 100 to the scholarship fund. This session will be recorded.
More About The Presenters
Peter Salovey is the Provost of Yale University and the Chris Argyris Professor of Psychology. He joined the Yale faculty in 1986 after receiving an A.B. (Psychology) and A.M. (Sociology) from Stanford University in 1980, with departmental honors and university distinction, and a Ph.D. (Psychology) from Yale in 1986.
Dr. Salovey has authored or edited thirteen books translated into eleven languages and published more than 350 journal articles and essays, focused primarily on human emotion and health behavior – including The Wisdom in Feelings, The Emotionally Intelligent Manager, and Emotional Development and Emotional Intelligence. Professor Salovey is a founding editor of the Review of General Psychology and an associate editor of the APA journal, Emotion.
With John D. Mayer he authored the pioneering academic paper that defined “Emotional Intelligence,” the theory that just as people have a wide range of intellectual abilities, they also have a wide range of measurable emotional skills that profoundly affect their thinking and action. In his research on health behavior, Mr. Salovey investigates the effectiveness of health promotion messages in persuading people to change risky behaviors relevant to cancer and HIV/AIDS.
Joshua is one of the world’s preeminent experts on developing emotional intelligence to improve performance. With warmth and authenticity, he translates leading-edge science into practical, applicable terms that improve the quality of workplace relationships to unlock enduring success.
Joshua leads the world’s largest network of emotional intelligence practitioners and researchers; Six Seconds has offices in eleven countries and practitioners in over 50. He co-developed Six Seconds’ EQ Certification Training which he has delivered on five continents as master-trainer to hundreds professionals seeking practical tools for learning and teaching emotional intelligence, and has helped launch emotional intelligence programs and companies in over a dozen countries.
Freedman is one of a handful of experts in the world with over a decade of full-time experience in this emerging field. His clients include Lockheed Martin, FedEx, American Express, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Microsoft, all branches of the US armed services, and numerous nonprofit and community organizations around the globe.
Freedman is author of INSIDE CHANGE (also in Italian), At the Heart of Leadership (in English, Chinese, and Italian) and over two dozen articles including The Business Case for Emotional Intelligence, The Workplace Issues Report, and A Hope for Change. He is coauthor of six validated psychometric assessments including the SEI EQ Leadership Report and the Organizational Vital Signs climate index, as well a several books and training programs including the Handle With Care EQ Activity Book, the EQ Learning Journal, two volumes of the Self-Science EQ Curriculum, The EQ Leader training, and The Inside Path to Change (used by the US Navy and Marine Corps).