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414 How Emotionally Intelligent Leaders Build Inclusive Cultures

3:15 PM - 4:15 PM ET
Monday, November 7

To sustain a culture with a focus on diversity and inclusion, leaders need to be visible in their organization, accountable for themselves and their team, and champion the necessary skill set for effective change.

Leaders who harness the power of emotional intelligence leverage their skills of empathy, self-awareness, reality testing, and interpersonal relationships to create inclusive teams that are built to succeed. Emotional intelligence helps to build a healthy and more harmonious environment for your organization.

Join MHS Talent Development’s Carlos Cadogan, diversity & Inclusion advocate certified in emotional and cultural intelligence, as he discusses the foundations of building and sustaining a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization through emotional intelligence. Attendees will be given action-ready strategies to understand the role emotions play in navigating a diverse and inclusive culture at the workplace, starting with the leadership level.

Takeaways from the session:

  • Understand the concept of psychological safety and how it is related to emotional intelligence
  • Understand how to create an inclusive and psychologically safe atmosphere at work
  • Understand the role of emotions and cultural intelligence in D&I efforts
  • Develop strategies to create psychologically safe organizations

Carlos Cadogan

Assessment Consultant

Multi-Health System

Carlos Cadogan is an assessment consultant for Multi-Health System. He is certified to coach individuals in emotional intelligence change style, influence style, and resiliency. Carlos passionately supports individuals and organizations to break down barriers and create inclusive culture for all types of businesses and industries, including Fortune 500 organizations, government, and military agencies. He currently works on the Diversity and Inclusion Board for the Town of Stouffville in Ontario, Canada and is a mentor for at-risk youths through the Kuppa Foundation.org.