The 2007 Institute for
Leadership: A Vision of Excellence
Memorial Student Union Building
Texas A&M University-Kingsville, Texas
Best Selling Author Margo
, President and
Chief Operating Officer of
MMHA, The Managers' Mentors, Inc.
Keynote with Margo
Murray, MBA, CPT
Emotional Intelligence and Leadership for World Health
Darwin Nelson, Ph.D.
How to Change Your Emotional Mind
Keynote with Gary
Emotional Intelligence and
Leadership: A Vision of Excellence
EI at the National Center for Deaf Education
EI Research and Teacher Preparation
Dissertation research with EI in Public Schools
EI in Texas Public Education
Incorporating EI with High School Curriculum
in South Texas
Galveston College Integrates the Education Model of EI
The MECA Program: Infusing EI into Innovative Educational
EI Initiatives at Coastal Bend College
Integrating EI-centric Assessment and Interventions with Ron McNair
A Factor Analytic Study of the Personal Excellence Inventory©
Emotional Intelligence in University Faculty in Taiwan
EI and Student Support Services at UT-Pan American and Texas A&M
Using EI Assessment and Content in the Psychology of Success
Competencies Using Grey Comparative Analysis
Business & Organization
Emotional Intelligence and Mentoring for Self-Efficacy in Business
EI for Managing Life Transitions and Change
Using EI with Business Clients
An EI-Based Theory of Personal Excellence
EI and Intercultural Communication
The Relationship Skills Map©
The ESAP© and Emotional Skills Training for Developing Leaders from
Pre-Conference Certification Workshop
Pre-Conference Workshop for Emotional Intelligence Certification
with Darwin Nelson and Gary Low
on Wednesday February 21, 2007.
Limited to 20 participants and cost $125.
Develop strategies for
teaching social emotional skills including:
Goal Setting and
Build more effective
Admin – Teachers
Teachers – Students
skills for enhanced self-efficacy.
Learn about current K-12
education research in Social Emotional Learning.
student success and improve institutional effectiveness.
assessment and curriculum components for teacher preparation and student
successful and emotionally healthy teachers and students.
Develop academic and
co-curricular learning to promote leadership and community
Learn to develop college
success skills in students before they arrive at your institution
of higher learning.
Incorporate strategies to
improve institutional effectiveness by developing metacognitive skills
of students based on individual learner needs and potential.
Provide an integrative model
for transformative leadership.
Learn ways to reduce
employee stress and harness emotional energy for positive outcomes.
Share methods for developing
self-directed and emotionally skilled employees.
Develop more satisfied
employees with positive attitudes about work.
Educators, counselors, administrators,
staff, community service professionals, and volunteers who work closely
with at-risk populations.
staff, community service professionals, and volunteers who want to
develop and implement success strategies for at-risk populations.
Superintendents who want to
build stronger, more effective school teams.
Curriculum specialists who
want to integrate social emotional learning into education.
Anyone interested in current
research in social emotional learning in K-12 education.
Teacher preparation faculty,
departmental chairs, and academic leaders.
interested in improving student success, institutional effectiveness,
and learner-centered assessment.
administrators and college counselors.
Community college faculty
and personnel involved with high school to college bridge programs.
interested in developing advanced placement and advanced college credit
TRIO program personnel
interested in improving the college success in diverse student
Collage Assistance Migrant
Program (CAMP) administrators and staff personnel.
Leaders interested in
transforming their organizations and their people.
professionals, leaders, and supervisors who desire to:
Training and human resource
professionals interested in positive personnel development.
Consultants and training
professionals interested in
learning about a research-based education model of social-emotional
Anyone interested in
developing an emotionally intelligent organization and workforce.
$125 USD includes all tracks of the regular two-day conference, breakfast,
lunch, and snacks.
[the pre-conference certification workshop is separate]
Call for papers: Programs for general and concurrent
sessions are being accepted
Please include presenter name(s), title, abstract, and short program
Deadline for Proposals is September 1, 2006
For more information contact:
Gary R. Low ● (361) 593-2901 ●
Darwin B. Nelson ● (361) 593-2203 ●
Richard D. Hammett ● (361) 318-7414 ●
the beautiful campus of Texas A&M University-Kingsville in 2002, the
Institute for Emotional Intelligence provides a forum for educators,
researchers, practitioners, and leaders to share research and practical
applications in emotional intelligence in primary/secondary, higher
education, and organizational settings.