Educator, mentor, counsellor, motivator, mediator, and even friend. On any given day, school teachers and leaders wear many hats to fulfil the demands of their profession. However, with these different roles comes the toll of highly charged emotional labour.
QELi is one organisation that has recognised the importance of growing emotionally intelligent behaviours in school teachers and leaders. Learn how they worked with Genos on implementing EI into their leadership programs to enhance culture, professional wellbeing, and student outcomes.
Neil McDonald, Chief Executive Officer at QELi joins co-hosts Marie El Daghl and Genos International CEO, Dr Ben Palmer to discuss:
The state of EI in the education sector.
Why QELi built EI into its leadership development program and its impact.
The role of EI across educational professions; from teachers and middle leaders to principals and system leaders.
How the ability to manage emotions can improve colleague, parent, and student relationships.
How QELi uses Genos Leadership Assessments to assess and develop emotionally intelligent behaviours.
The opportunity for EI in student growth and development.
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