Leading with Psychological Intelligence
Enhancing your leadership effectiveness through a better understanding of what really drives subordinates, peers and superiors
Leading with Psychological Intelligence (LPI) responds to the increasing demands on executives to enhance their leadership efficacy through better connections with subordinates, peers, and superiors. Psychological research offers many insights into human behavior. This program applies these research findings directly to the everyday behavior of modern executives, helping them to build foundations for productive relationships with people in organizations, to recognize what motivates both themselves and others, and to learn the most effective ways of working with a range of individuals. Supported by research, participants will discover how they perform as leaders through feedback analysis, experiential exercises, mini-lectures, small group discussions, peer consultations, and coaching sessions.
The number of participants in this course will be significantly lower than is standard in the executive education industry in order to encourage active individual involvement and ensure personalized attention to each participant’s needs. Several modules of the program will be delivered in small groups with a 1:7 faculty-to-participant ratio. Executive coaching sessions will be provided individually for each participant.
“Illuminating when it comes to understanding yourself, your relationship with others, and the influences involved. Thoroughly enjoyable as well.”
Suzanne Hayward, Managing Director, Corporate and Investment Banking, UniCredit Bank