Emotional Intelligence - Upcoming Seminars, Workshops and Conferences

Workshops and Seminars by EI Consortium Members
Below is a listing of educational and training opportunities offered by members of the Consortium. We are providing this information as a service to our visitors. Inclusion of a listing does not constitute an endorsement by the EI Consortium.


MSCEIT certification course 2-3 June, London

Enhance your understanding of the Mayer, Salovey, Caruso ability model of Emotional Intelligence.  You will be certified to purchase the MSCEIT, provide structured feedback to test takers, and coach them on emotional intelligence.

The 2-day MSCEIT certification course is facilitated by David Caruso. David is the co-developer of the MSCEIT test, and co-author of the book The Emotionally Intelligent Manager. He is one of the world’s leading experts on emotional intelligence.  David has published dozens of articles on the topic of emotional intelligence. This section certifies you on the MSCEIT.

Unique certification class for:

Organizational development professionals

Executive coaches

Training and development professionals

Human resource professionals

Career counselors

Faculty, researchers

Click HERE for more information and to register.




Emotional and social competency inventory (ESCI) accreditation program
Become accredited to use the Goleman, Boyatzis and Hay Group renowned feedback tool - the emotional and social competency inventory (ESCI).

This two day course gives you the chance to become accredited to use our renowned feedback tool, the emotional and social competency inventory (ESCI). Developed with the acknowledged world expert Dr. Daniel Goleman, the course is everything we know about delivering emotional intelligence feedback in a nutshell. With Daniel Goleman's help we've designed a course for development and coaching professionals who want to help their clients (internal or external) become more effective colleagues and leaders.
During the course you'll learn more about the concept of emotional intelligence and how to deliver ESCI feedback.

One and two-day certifications are available. The 1-day course is only for those already accredited in a recognized 360 degree tool (contact Hay Group if you are unsure of an existing certification) as it will focus on the concept of EI and the ESCI tool itself. It will not include any best practices on delivering feedback using the tool. If you are not accredited, you can participate in the 2-day course.

Certification programs in the U.S. Click here for more info.

Dates - 1 Day Program


April 28, 2014 - 1 Day program

Chicago, IL

May 13, 2014 - 1 Day program

San Francisco, CA

July 14, 2014 - 1 Day program

Chicago, IL

August 19, 2014- 1 Day program

San Francisco, CA

September 15, 2014- 1 Day program

Chicago, IL

Dates - 2 Day Program


June 10 -11, 2014 - 2 Day program

Philadelphia, PA

Certification programs in the U.K. Click here for more info



May 20-21, 2014


July 9-10, 2014


September 17-18, 2014


November 12-13, 2014





Genos EI Certification Program
Genos’ thought-provoking Emotional Intelligence Certification Program provides opportunities for personal and professional growth, equipping you with a suite of products and techniques to expand your current capabilities. Our comprehensive three-day certification course explores the measurement and development of workplace EQ at an individual, group and organizational level.

See our Emotional Intelligence Certification section for more information on the format and learning outcomes for this program. Dates and locations are listed below.



May 15-16, 2014

Melbourne, Australia

May 22-23, 2014

Sydney, Australia







Paper submission deadline January 16, 2014

CONFERENCE WEBSITE: www.euram-online.org/conference/2014/

Special Conference Track: Raising future leaders: At the forefront of competency development in higher education and work environments
Proponents: Joan Manuel Batista Foguet, Richard Boyatzis, Vanessa Druskat, Sara Bonesso, Anna Comacchio, Fabrizio Gerli, Laura Guillén

The Conference General Track
The Conference General Track is dedicated to the central theme of the conference. It welcome papers aimed to contribute to the interesting debate about how management research and education can contribute to the enhancement of new waves and winds of strategic leadership that will stimulate a balanced and sustainable view of competitiveness in our societies. The topic is open to contributions related to, but not limited to, the following issues:
‐ Trends and challenges of management education, research and practice
‐ Responsible leadership development
‐ Ethics in management
‐ Citizenship behaviour
‐ CSR vs. competitiveness dilemmas
‐ Cultural shifts
‐ Leadership and strategy in context
‐ Influence of institutions on responsible strategic leadership
‐ Social and institutional recognition
‐ Cultural influences on leadership
‐ Long‐term perspectives
‐ Psychological and sociological traits of managers
‐ Critical theories or perspectives
‐ Cross‐disciplinary perspectives
‐ Alternative measures of performance


Emotional Intelligence Seminar: Getting Smart about People Skills
Boston, MA – May 19-20, 2014
Creator and Facilitator: Charles J. Wolfe

Everyone needs to lead at different times. Learn how emotional intelligence can give you the skills you need to lead, to influence, to motivate,  to understand and to improve how you relate to others. Learn how to focus, to gain more control over your emotions through the innovative use of the Emotion Roadmap.

Charles (Chuck) Wolfe is the creator of the Emotion Roadmap and a pioneer in the field of Emotional Intelligence. He is a member of the Emotional Intelligence Consortium. He has worked closely with leaders in the field of emotional intelligence including Peter Salovey, John Mayer, David Caruso and Reuven Bar-On. He is a keynote speaker, executive coach, leadership consultant, team builder, and expert in managing individual and organizational change. Chuck has very diverse clients such as AIG, Coca Cola, Exxon, ESPN, Foxwoods (Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Council), Sheraton, Kaiser Permanente, Yale New Haven Hospital, US Army, Coast Guard, MIT Sloan, Wharton Leadership, Division 1 Men’s basketball, and K-12 schools, public and private. He is also the creator and host of the radio talk show “The Emotion Roadmap: Take the Wheel and Control How You Feel.” Whatever your situation he is likely to be able to help you. To see Chuck talking about his work you can watch his interview with Mark Perman, host of the Interfaith Roundtable. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pyuh7Mb4sa0

Join Chuck as he leads participants on a journey to explore the science and application of emotional intelligence as a way of helping people “Get Smart about People Skills” at the Hilton Boston Back Bay hotel on May 19-20, 2014. Click on the link below for more information and to register.



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