Program

Wednesday April 18, 2018

 

Location: Millsaps Campus, Murrah Hall Room 200

Lunch Session: 11:45 a.m.

Topic: Emotional Intelligence

Speakers: Chuck Sampson

 

 

Topic - Emotional Intelligence

What is Emotional Intelligence (EI) and why should we care?  This presentation explores the impact of Emotional Intelligence on leadership excellence and personal fulfillment.  It will provide an overview of the four EI domains and introduce strategies for increasing the competencies associated with each.

Daniel Goleman's brilliant report from the frontiers of psychology and neuroscience offers insight into our "two minds"—the rational and the emotional—and how they together shape our destiny. Emotional intelligence can be defined as the ability to monitor one’s own and other people’s emotions, using emotional information to guide thinking and behavior. The four pillars of Emotional Intelligence are Self-Awareness, Awareness of Others, Self-Management, and Relationship Management.

 What’s your emotional quotient?

Biography

Charles (Chuck) Sampson is President of Charles E. Sampson & Associates, a Jackson, Mississippi-based organizational development practice whose mission is to help leaders create healthy organizations through personal discovery, emotional intelligence, and thoughtful execution. He received his Bachelor of Arts in American Studies from St. Olaf College and a Master of Business Administration from the Else School of Management at Millsaps College where he later served as Assistant Dean and continues to serve as an Adjunct Instructor. 

Since 1987, Chuck has consulted in the areas of organizational effectiveness, leadership development, and strategic management to clients in science, technology, healthcare, professional services, manufacturing, and government worldwide. In January of 2008, he acquired PH Associates of Meridian, Mississippi, a training and organizational development consultancy to U.S. Government Agencies and the U.S. Military. He had served as a senior associate with PH Associates since 1995.  

He has completed post-graduate study at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, the NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science, the American Management Association, the Center for Family Process in Bethesda, Maryland, the Center for Ministry at Millsaps College, the University of Florida’s Center for the Application of Psychological Type, and the USDA Graduate School where he certified as a federal EEO Investigator.