Argosy University invites you to their upcoming April Community Conversation on "The Power of Emotional Intelligence." The session will illuminate the facets of Emotional Intelligence and the Emotional Quotient and highlight how they can assist in the pursuit of personal and professional goals. The presenter is a current Argosy student pursuing his DBA in Management.
April Community Conversation Topic:
The Power of
Presented by Antar Salim
Thursday, April 18, 2013 at 12:00pm
Hosted at Argosy University, Twin Cities
1515 Central Pkwy, Eagan, MN 55121
Many of us are familiar with IQ, but the idea of Emotional Quotient (EQ) or Emotional Intelligence (EI) is foreign. EI is composed of five elements: The ability to recognize your own emotions, the ability to regulate and manage your emotions, the ability to use your emotions to motivate desired behavior, the ability to recognize the emotions of others, and the ability to facilitate emotions in others to build relationships. Come and explore how EI can serve as a means for motivation for pursuing your goals, personally and professional.
Presenter Background Information:
Antar Salim has a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Southern Illinois University—Edwardsville. With a penchant for teaching, he joined Dakota County Technical College as an adjunct instructor and customized sales representative. For the last few years, Antar has served as an adjunct faculty member for St. Mary’s University and Metropolitan State University. He is currently pursuing his DBA in Management from Argosy University with the desire to continue his academic career as a college professor.