October 17, 2019 - EQ & Spirituality

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October 17, 2019 - EQ & Spirituality

from 150.00

Spirituality and Emotional Intelligence 1-Day Workshop

October 17, 2019 - at Harundale Presbyterian Church - Baltimore, Maryland

Facilitators: Roy Oswald & Judy Joseph McSween

Does the possibility of using spirituality to positively influence self and others to achieve good in society interest you?

Join us as we explore the connection between Spiritual IQ and Emotional IQ.

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Emotional Intelligence and Building Effective Teams

An open event for lay and clergy sponsored by the Center for Emotional Intelligence and Human Relations Training

 WHEN – June 9. 2017 (9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.)


WHERE – The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer,

5603 North Charles Street,  Baltimore, Maryland

COST – $125.00 (Includes Lunch)


JOAN TOWNSHEND is an independent consultant with over 35 years experience consulting to local government, faith based groups, and not-for-profit organizations. The focus of her consulting practice is enabling members to work collaboratively in groups or teams to achieve their goals and to create organizational environments that are productive and supportive of all persons. She has been on the faculties of the Johns Hopkins School of Applied Behavioral Sciences and the University of Maryland Systems. 

WAITE MACLIN was in private practice as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and Organizational Consultant.  For eighteen years he served in the parish ministry of the Episcopal Church in North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia and Maine. 



To provide a one day experience for participants to learn elements of effective team life through the lens of Emotional Intelligence

Objectives for Participants:

  • To differentiate between teams, groups, committees and task forces.
  • To have a better understanding of your own Emotional Intelligence competencies.
  • To understand how EQ competencies impact team effectiveness.
  • To identify thecore elements that make a team effective
  1. o    trust building
  2. o    creating norms
  3. o    doing the task
  4. o    processing your work
  • To distinguish the two aspects of any gathering of people (the work of the team/group, the relationship of the members.).
  • To be aware of the energy and other dynamics as people meet.
  • To understand what makes for healthy and unhealthy teams.
  • To identify stages of group life according to different models.
  • To have increased resources for working with teams.