Emotionally Intelligent Leadership
|Event Subject or Topic Area:||Emotionally Intelligent Leadership|
|Target Audience:||All levels of Leaders|
“Emotional intelligence is the sine qua non of leadership.” Goleman (2011:1).
The kind of topics which can be covered on this course include:
The exact content of each course can vary depending on what the delegates would like to get out of the day.
This is a core module for all leaders participating in the Certificate or Diploma for the Wellington Leaders in Education Programme. This can also be taken as a stand-alone module.
Further information about the Wellington College Leading for Impact Programme can be found here.
The outcomes of this course will depend on which topics the participants choose to focus on and may include a selection from:
|Course Leader 1:||
Katy Granville-Chapman (Deputy Head (Teaching Staff Performance and Development))
Katy is the Deputy Head (Teaching Staff Performance and Development) at Wellington College. Prior to this she founded and was the Director of the Wellington Leadership and Coaching Institute. In this role, she advised No 10, the Cabinet Office and the DfE on leadership and character development, as well as setting up and delivering the Government's National Citizen Service (NCS) Leaders programme. Katy is a former Army Officer and served in Iraq, Nepal, North America and across Europe. She is a part time DPhil (PhD) student at the University of Oxford, where she is research how school leaders can improve flourishing.
|Course Leader 2:||
Emmie Bidston (Director of Leadership)
Emmie has been involved with leadership and coaching for many years at Wellington College and became Director of Leadership at Wellington in 2017. She is an economics teacher, tutor in a boarding house and cross-country coach. She is also currently working on setting up a charity for developing young African leaders and building a school in Mozambique. Prior to teaching Emmie worked for the British Government, developing policies in a range of areas from education to future contingency planning.
|No of Participants:||16|