Tuning into Emotional Intelligence to Lead with RESULTS!

Presented by: Sally Learey

Event Information: 6 PD Hours 

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Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is now being recognised as one of the most important attributes for great leadership. Research has shown how understanding the powerful role of emotions in the workplace sets the best leaders apart from the rest. In essence, emotionally intelligent leaders use effective ways to understand and improve the way they handle their own, and other people’s emotions, thereby leading with RESULTS!

“School leaders who use their EQ inspire teachers to be more dedicated and motivated so that they teach better – and therefore the students learn better.” Dr Daniel Goleman

This workshop explores the tools and techniques involved in emotionally intelligent leadership.

Core topics:

  • What is EQ?
  • The origins of EQ
  • How low EQ can impact the workplace
  • Why is EQ important in the workplace?
  • Understanding emotions in the context of leadership
  • Putting EQ into action

Event Details:


Tuesday 3rd September, 2019

  9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)

Batman's Hill on Collins
625 Collins Street, Melbourne 

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Target Audience: Primary and Secondary Teachers and Teacher Aides Year 4 – Year 12.

  $279.00 + GST

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About the Presenter

Sally Learey is a renowned keynote speaker, author and education consultant. As well as teaching, she holds qualifications in training, positive psychology, coaching and counselling. Sally has worked in both training and primary and secondary teaching sectors across a variety of educational settings. Sally is also an author of 7 books ranging from children’s books to adult non-fiction. She is passionate about supporting the wellbeing of teachers and leaders in education.

Sally empowers teachers to create classrooms and learning environments that are inclusive for all students. As a mother of a son with special needs which includes ASD, she has a wealth of personal and professional expertise in this area.


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