CSC offers course on emotional intelligence


As far as the Civil Service Commission (CSC) is concerned, emotional intelligence (EI) is needed by government leaders to manage people well.
CSC Chairperson Alicia dela Rosa-Bala

Chairperson Alicia dela Rosa-Bala said the CSC is offering the Civil Service Institute (CSI) Leadership Series entitled Emotional Intelligence and Leadership to be held on March 18, 2020 at the CSC Resource Center, Quezon City.

“This one-day learning and development event focuses on emotional intelligence or EI as a crucial element for leaders to motivate their people and influence their organizations,” the CSC said.

In the field of human resource (HR) management, EI is defined as an individual’s capacity to understand and manage one’s emotions. A leader’s EI is manifested in the way he or she handles interpersonal relationships, steers organizational performance, and influences organizational culture.

EI also encompasses wide-ranging leadership functions that go beyond technical skills.

The learning forum is the first of four CSI Leadership Series for 2020.

“Public sector executives, managers, directors, and division chiefs or those in equivalent positions are encouraged to participate,” the CSC said.

Interested participants are required to register online, and pay a P5,000 registration fee per participant.

A certificate of completion with eight leadership and management training hours will be credited to participants who have successfully finished the program/course.

The CSI Leadership Series is a learning and networking event held quarterly by the CSC.

It is designed to inspire government executives, directors, and managers to continually enhance their leadership effectiveness by learning from HR experts and being exposed to emerging trends and best practices of successful leaders and managers in both the public and private sectors.

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