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.

Getting Smart About People Skills

Emotional Intelligence Seminar – Live Online

Emotional intelligence: a made-up term for people who want to learn how to be "the nice boss"-or a real scientific concept that can lead to stronger leadership?

Well, as it turns out, there's a huge body of research that now shows that nice guys don't finish last. That of all the traits we associate with successful people, such as intelligence, toughness, determination, and vision-emotional intelligence is the strongest determining factor of leadership success-both with individuals and throughout organizations.

Join Charles Wolfe in this live and highly interactive online training course.

Number of Sessions: 2 (held on consecutive weeks on the same day)
Session Dates: September 8, 2016 12:00 - 4:45pm EST
September 15, 2016 12:00 - 4:45pm EST
Total Length: 9 1/2 hours
Price: Full Seminar (All Sessions) - $695

Click here to learn more and register.


Emotion Roadmap & MSCEIT Certification Workshop

May 4 – 6, 2016

Become MSCEIT certified & learn how to use The Emotion Roadmap™

Queens College in Flushing, NY


Charles (Chuck) J. Wolfe, a leading expert in applying EI to the workplace, and Dr. John Pellitteri, president and co-founder of the International Society for Emotional Intelligence, will help you learn.

- To leverage your knowledge regarding your own emotional abilities;

- To use improved understanding and managing of emotions to coach and develop others; build teams; improve productivity; increase engagement, loyalty, trust, and retention;

- To assess EI in others using the MSCEIT to measure individual abilities to identify, use, understand, and manage emotions;

- To use the Emotion Roadmap to improve how you manage key relationships and challenging situations where strong emotions are present.

How to Register: Visit the website of the International Society for Emotional Intelligence MSCEIT Workshop registration page.  http://tinyurl.com/zwra76h  

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 - 2 Day Program


June 14-15, 2016

Philadelphia, PA

September 13-14, 2016

Boston, MA

September 13-14, 2016

San Francisco, CA

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



May 19- 20, 2016


July 19-20,, 2016


September 8-9, 2016


November 8-9, 2016











MSCEIT 3-Day Certification Course and Workshop Intensive
August 1-3, 2016 – Burlington Vermont USA

The intensive will be led by David Caruso, co-creator of the MSCEIT, owner of EI Skills Group and a world-renowned expert in emotional intelligence, along with Lisa Rees, owner of LTR Leadership and a Leadership Coach with the Department of Homeland Security who specializes in EI.

After completing the intensive you will be positioned to administer the MSCEIT and have the confidence to run workshops and provide coaching and training related to EI.  The intensive has other exciting components as well:

Instant Online Access: Online pre-work allows you to learn the history, psychometrics and basic MSCEIT interpretation at your own pace. This also allows us to focus our valuable in-class time on MSCEIT interpretation and feedback. 

One-on-One MSCEIT Feedback: You will have the opportunity to take the MSCEIT prior to the course and receive a 1-hour feedback session with David and/or Lisa.  You will use this feedback to help deepen your learning during the course.

In Person Course: We believe that the best way to learn is in person and you will play an integral role in this course.  Over three days we will meet as a cohort to thoroughly learn the MSCEIT, practice giving feedback, participate in EI exercises, and learn how to deliver emotional intelligence training and coaching in a way that meets your needs.

What You Get:

Support AFTER the Course: After the course, you administer the MSCEIT to someone, analyze it, and send the analysis to David who will comment, provide feedback, and help you hone your skills for the best results.

Intellectual Materials: You’ll receive a complete set of workshop slides, a copy of David’s book The Emotionally Intelligent Manager, a MSCEIT Feedback Guide, and MSCEIT Feedback Slides.  

Post Workshop Follow-Up: In addition, you’ll get post-workshop personal support from David as you develop your MSCEIT interpretation skills. 

Dinner Social: Join us on Monday as our guests as we come together to share life and laughter and get to know each other outside of the classroom.  Purely optional, but always fun.

Who Should Attend?

Business Consultants, Human Resource Professionals, Corporate Trainers, PhD Students (conducting research on EI), Researchers, Professors including EI in courses, Teachers, Mediators

For general information please visit our website and for more information on the 3-day intensive, go to http://www.eiskillsgroup.com/certification-2/.


MSCEIT - Certification – Oct 29-30 (DUBAI)

MSCEIT 2-Day Certification Course and Emotional Intelligence Workshop Intensive in Dubai!

NEW: the course was just approved for International Coach Federation (ICF) continuing education credits:

Core Competencies = 7 hours
Resource Development = 12 hours

The workshop will be led by David Caruso, co-creator of the MSCEIT, owner of EI Skills Group, research affiliate at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and a world-renowned expert in emotional intelligence.

After completing the intensive you will be positioned to administer the MSCEIT and have the confidence to run workshops and provide coaching and training related to EI.

For general information please visit our website and for more information on the 2-day intensive, go to http://www.eiskillsgroup.com/msceit-certification-ei-training-in-dubai/



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.



Nov 11, 2015 - Nov 12, 2015

Sydney, Australia

Nov 18, 2015 - Nov 19, 2015

Melbourne , Australia


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