EQ Leadership Lab with John McGill
Leadership Lab: EQ in the Wild
Thursdays, February 2 - March 9
Growth in Emotional Intelligence only happens in the moment. Therefore, in this leadership cohort, the lessons will be taken directly from our lives. Instead of bringing content to the community, the community will be our content.
Over the six week clinic, our 90 minutes together will consist of a short lesson in emotional intelligence, weekly check-ins, and rotating case-studies from cohort participants. Together, we will use this experience as a chance to experiment - a type of EQ laboratory. After sharing real life examples, we will observe, analyze, and suggest possible actions toward desired outcomes. The ongoing nature of this method will allow participants to continually test hypotheses and make adjustments throughout the course.
Most frustrations in life and ministry come from a point of “stuck-ness.” This lab is your opportunity to discover new paths forward and, in so doing, learn the process and habits of being an EQ experimenter yourself.
There will be free materials and practical helps all along the way. The cohort is limited to 10 participants, so sign up soon. I look forward to sharing this EQ journey with you.
Rev. John McGill, a United Methodist clergy leading Waxhaw United Methodist Church in Waxhaw, North Carolina, has invested years of education and training in Emotional Intelligence. His impact includes EQ coaching with individuals, as well as facilitating groups and congregations as they learn and apply Emotional Intelligence strategies in order to resolve issues and to become unstuck. John is also a doctoral student at United Theological Seminary, completing advanced research to create new innovative Emotional Intelligence applications for healthy church dynamics. John is the founder of “WeDoEQ,” an Emotional Intelligence leadership training and coaching resource.