We host webinars featuring David Cory, and other members of the EITC team, on a variety of topics related to leadership, emotional intelligence, performance and more. And you are invited to sign up to get our updates by email so you don’t miss our next one!

The Heart and Science of Leadership: What part is heart and what part is science?

April 22 9:00 AM, Pacific Time | Register now

What does it mean to lead with heart and what does the science say about leading with heart? Join Jill and David Cory from EITC as they discuss the creation of EITC’s newest course The Heart and Science of Leadership. They will talk about why the course was created, how the course is based on research and evidence based practice. And finally, why this course has the potential to improve leadership and change lives. You will:

  1. Learn a model of transformational leadership
  2. Learn about the science of leadership
  3. Take away suggestions for improving your own leadership skills

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About our webinars, and about us

Join team members, David Cory and others, as they explore how we can assess and develop emotional intelligence to improve performance in individual leaders, their development and the development of their teams.

EITC was one of the first companies in North America to focus on the development of emotional intelligence skills for leaders in 1998 and has since worked with leaders in some of the most progressive companies in the world on many continents.

Webinar recap: Heroic leadership and emotional intelligence

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David Cory webinar recap: Coaching for drive

How can we understand drive using the Emotional Intelligence model? In this webinar David Cory clarifies how we use drive and identifies the EI skills most connected to it…

Creativity, perfectionism and emotional intelligence

This interview explores the thinking behind the course, the nuts and bolts of the course and what it means to build our creative muscles. They also talk about how perfectionism can get in the way, how embracing mistakes is essential for any creative pursuit and how creativity, whatever that means for you, is essential to living a fulfilling life…

Upcoming Webinar: Creativity, Perfectionism and Emotional Intelligence

Join us on Friday, May 4, 2018 at 11am PDT for an interview with Rebecca Cory, facilitator of our Writing for Emotional Intelligence 30-day online course. We’ll be talking about perfectionism, building our creative muscles and how essential creativity is for living a fulfilling life.

Self-Regard: the conundrum of women in leadership

Self-Regard is an emotional intelligence competency that is often touted as central to effective leadership. But how is self-regard shaped by cultural currents, social norms and the complicated lives and environments that women exist within?

Making the leap: from independent contributor to people leader

Folks who find themselves promoted into a leadership role need to prepare themselves and develop the skills so they can have a successful journey to being a strong and impactful people leader. But how? Recently David Cory held a webinar on this topic…

Emotional intelligence and leader performance: Innovation

Last week David Cory hosted a webinar on leadership performance, emotional intelligence, and innovation. The recording from this webinar is below, as are the slides…

Emotional intelligence and leader performance: insight

Thank you everyone who joined us on Friday morning last week for David Cory’s webinar on leadership performance and emotional intelligence (Insight). The recording from that webinar is below. And you can find the show notes and recordings from our previous webinars…

Emotional intelligence and leader performance: coaching

Rightfully, there is a lot of talk about coaching these days. We love that. After all, getting coached is deeply important for growth and development. We think getting a coach is probably the best way to improve one’s emotional intelligence skills and leadership effectiveness…

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