Inner Citadel Consulting offers a variety of custom workshops for organizations and teams. Our workshops can be standalone events or in support of a development project. We will work with you to determine the best format for your people. Team EI projects always include an intake workshop.
Recent workshops (presented or under contract):
Team Emotional Intelligence and Performance Factors
Team EI has been shown to correlate with team performance measures – high average EI teams can manage task and relationship conflict, are innovative, and far outperform other kinds of teams on certain KPIs. Learn how and why EI is critical for team success and how investing in one team can have a distributed effect in your organization.
EI and the GenZ Workforce
A critical concern for organizations in the next decade will be the integration of GenZ into existing workplaces. EI development can mitigate the challenges for both managers and new GenZ employees, whose values and expectations in the workplace are often very different from the values and expectations of their likely managers, GenX and early Millennnials. Learn how EI can help workplaces adapt and help GenZ workers integrate.
Team EI and Team Dynamics for Leaders
When interpersonal issues persist among teams, leaders need to step up. Emotionally Intelligent leadership strategies can help you mitigate team conflict and promote resilience and purpose.
Being a leader is hard. Learn some specific techniques and strategies that create awareness, promote resilience, and build empathy. This workshop draws on the Stoic philosophical tradition and the neuroscience of mindfulness to create a powerful and practical mindset for “leading well”.
Academic Leadership and Emotional Intelligence
Academia faces a unique set of leadership and leadership development challenges. Every institution of higher education is a distinct ecosystem. Learn some global strategies for Emotionally Intelligent leadership and explore the critical importance of EI development to support inclusion and belonging efforts and change management projects.
University Libraries and Emotional Intelligence
Libraries arguably face some of the greatest challenges in the modern university. They increasingly shoulder more of the instructional load, maintain critical data and print infrastructures, have become social/informal learning spaces, and maintain a high level of technical knowledge and service to users. Task and relationship conflict within teams can have broad and lasting effect. Learn how to deploy data driven EI assessment and development projects to promote team cohesion, support inclusivity and belonging, and create a culture of resilience.