Leadership Development


"Leveraging Leadership with Emotional Intelligence"



EITC and myPolice.ca are pleased to offer a unique professional development opportunity on Emotional Intelligence


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This professional development opportunity will assist your organization mould future leaders in the concepts of Emotional Intelligence and to develop their management and leadership skills in a meaningful way, allowing them to be more effective, efficient and emotionally aware leaders.

EI Sessions:

EI training sessions can be delivered as open registration (dates to be announced) or customized for specific client agencies.

Who should attend:

This professional development opportunity is suitable for middle and senior managers from your organization, and those members seeking promotion to management and leadership positions.

Learning Outcomes - Participants will:


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Registration Information


Registration includes:

·      Course fees

·      EQ-I assessment

·      course handbook

·      refreshments and lunch on both days.


Available seats:

Space is limited to 25 seats per session..


For further information please contact Steve Watt at 604 988 0391 or email at swatt@mypolice.ca; or David Cory at 604 224 2358 or email at david@eitrainingcompany.com

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Lead Facilitator:

David Cory, B.Ed., M.A. (Adult Education) is a leadership development specialist who has designed and delivered leadership development programs based on the concept of emotional intelligence to a select client group, listed below. David also travels to the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East to work with some of the most influential corporations in the world. In addition to obtaining his M.A. in Adult Education, he is a Certified Trainer in the area of Emotional Intelligence with MHS, Inc. and is a leading expert on the integration of emotional intelligence and leadership development. David also delivered a successful two day EI workshop in conjunction with the 2006 Police Leadership Conference in Vancouver.



Steve Watt MBA, has 28 years of Canadian and international policing and law enforcement experience, 16 of them dedicated to the training and education of police and peace officers.  A former Director, Police Academy, Justice Institute of BC, Steve now heads up an international consulting service to Police, Law Enforcement, Security and Public Safety professionals.  He has taken Canadian leadership, management and operational training to China, Singapore, Philippines, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, and is currently consulting on a project with the Indonesia National Police.


Selected Client List:

Calgary Police Service, Abbotsford Police Department, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Central Saanich Police Department, Public Safety Department, Baylor Health Care System, Dallas, Texas - Allstate Insurance - Terasen Gas - Philips Electronics - ACL Services - AT&T - Canadian Cancer Agency - Greater Vancouver Regional District - Canadian Forest Products – SaskEnergy - Seagate Technologies (San Jose, CA) - TELUS - Sierra Systems - CN Rail - Electronic Arts (Canada) - BC Pavillion Corporation - Workers' Compensation Boards of BC, Saskatchewan, and the State of Kansas - Ministry of Attorney General, Province of BC - HRSDC Canada - Indian and Northern Affairs Canada - Canada Customs and Revenue Agency - Canadian Government Centre for Management Development - Ministry of Finance, Province of BC - BC Human Resource Management Association - Ministry of Advanced Education, Alberta - Variety Club - Langara College - University of Victoria - Saudi Aramco  (For a complete client list, please visit: www.eitrainingcompany.com/pages/clients)

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Session Outline – Day 1

Overview - focus on building a base of knowledge about leadership - emphasis on didactic content delivery, and knowledge, skills, attitude development through role playing, exercises, and case studies. We will make the connection between leadership and organizational effectiveness and make the case for leadership at every level within the organization. 

8:30-9:00    Introduction

9:00-10:15   Qualities and Attributes of a Leader – activity

10:15-10:30      Refreshment Break

10:30-12:00    The Leading with Emotional Intelligence Model - Results vs. Process

12:00-1:00                             Lunch

1:00-2:15          What do effective leaders do?

2:15-2:30         Refreshment Break

2:30-4:00        The Workplace Performance Analysis Model

4:00-4:30          Summary/Wrap Up/Questions

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Session Outline - Day 2

Overview - focus on building a base of knowledge about emotional intelligence - emphasis on didactic content delivery, and knowledge, skills, attitude development through role playing, games, exercises, and case studies - making the connection between emotional intelligence, skills development and strategic goals, will make the case for emotional intelligence as the foundation of police/law enforcement leadership. Also, participants will get the results of their online EQ assessment and learn how to read and interpret their personalized EQ report.

8:30-9:30          Introduction

9:00-10:15        The 15 Factors of Emotional Intelligence




Stress Management

General Mood

10:15-10:30              Refreshment Break

10:30-12:00      Continuation of “The 15 Factors of Emotional Intelligence”

12:00-1:00                                            Lunch

1:00-2:15          EI/EQ Development - interactive

2:15-2:30                                  Refreshment Break

2:30-4:00          EI/EQ Development (continued)

4:00-4:30          Summary/Wrap Up/Questions

Transfer of Learning Strategy - individual exercise designed to keep the learning alive and ensure behavioral change – what are we going to “do” differently?



For more information on our Training and Consulting Services please contact us at training@mypolice.ca.


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