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The UBC Rehabilitation Science Online Programs and RehabEQ Collaborate to Bring You More Leadership Development Opportunities...

Emotional Intelligence and the Rehabilitation Professional 

As complexity grows in our healthcare context so does the opportunity for rehabilitation professionals to develop the skills to lead effectively. Leaders come in many forms. We all balance competing priorities, manage and foster change, and have the potential to create new and inspiring approaches to navigate unchartered territory.

Research shows that leadership is much deeper than technical skills; it is based in clear core values and beliefs and strong Emotional Intelligence (EI)*. In this campus-based workshop, participants will strengthen their emotional intelligence (EI) and leadership effectiveness through reflection, dialogue and participatory activities that address the components of an EI based leadership framework. Participants will complete an individualized EQ-i 2.0 assessment prior to the workshop then be guided through the individualized “Leadership Report” results during the workshop focusing on targeted areas of EI development. 

Workshop Facilitator: Jason Giesbrecht is a senior health care leader, Certified EI Practitioner, Master of Rehabilitation Science instructor, and Physical Therapist. Learn more about Jason and RehabEQ.

Participants: Clinicians, practice leaders, managers and directors who provide rehabilitation services.

Format: Face-to-face 1-day workshop

Date/Time: Saturday, October 15, 2016; registration at 8:15 am; workshop, 8:30am – 4:30 pm PDT

Location: UBC Hospital, Koerner Pavilion
3rd floor, 2211 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 2B5

Fee: $400

This fee includes the ‘EQ Edge’ book and EQ-i 2.0 assessment fees (a $250 value), a morning refreshment break and the 1-day workshop.

Space is limited. If you are not able to attend the October 15 workshop and wish to be advised if a 2nd workshop is offered please email info@mrsc.ubc.ca.

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Registration deadline is September 15, 2016.

All fees in Canadian dollars.

For further information, or to be placed on a mailing list for future sessions, email our program assistant at: info@mrsc.ubc.ca

*Goleman, D. (1995, 1998, 2004, 2013)