Emotional Intelligence in Tumultuous Times

January 28, 12:30 - 2:00 PM CST
Via Webcast | LIVE ONLINE | Workshop
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We’re dealing with a pandemic, climate change, and an economic crisis. The names of Black Americans killed by police officers have once again become rallying cries for justice. A presidential election has highlighted just how divided our nation is.

After everything that has happened this year, you may have found yourself becoming emotionally disconnected - even numb.

This webinar will change that.

What You’ll Gain

  • A better understanding of how you perceive and express yourself, maintain relationships, and cope with challenges
  • The ability to use emotional information in a meaningful way
  • Higher self-confidence, assertiveness, and empathy
  • Self-awareness of strengths - as well as areas for growth
  • Better problem-solving, decision-making, and interpersonal skills
  • Your personal Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQI) assessment results


This workshop will help you cultivate community by improving your skills in deep listening, pastoral care, and the formation of life-giving relationships even in difficult circumstances.

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How it Works

Join your facilitators and an engaged learning cohort live online.

  • Participate in a 90-minute webinar

    Join Drs. Caroline Burke and Danny Elenz as they help you sharpen the tools that emotional intelligence requires. You won’t leave this webinar the same!

  • Practice within a safe context

    Through handouts, videos, your own EQI results, and breakout sessions, you’ll have opportunities to discuss and apply what you’re learning in realtime.

  • Develop meaningful connections in all your relationships

    In order to be known, we have to know ourselves. We’re also better able to connect with and care for others when we’re engaged in the work of emotional intelligence.

Meet the Instructors

Caroline Burke, Ph.D., L.P., is a psychologist at LeaderWise. With more than 20 years of experience in psychotherapy, teaching, and psychological assessment, she helps clients discover the internal courage necessary to live a meaningful, fulfilling, and less stressful life. Before joining LeaderWise in 2011, Dr. Burke served on the faculty at the University of Minnesota where she taught and trained graduate-level Counseling Psychology students. 

Danny Elenz, Psy.D., is a staff counselor at LeaderWise. He currently provides psychotherapy, mental health assessment, and teaches a variety of workshops centered around individual growth and meaningful living. Prior to joining Leaderwise, Dr. Elenz completed his doctoral internship in Bozeman, Montana. While there, he provided individual and group psychotherapy, psychological assessment, and outreach to students at Montana State University.