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Date of Event(s) 12.01.2024
Department/Association/Cell/Committee Department of Business Management
Venue (Mention the platform if it is online) AC Seminar Hall
Number of Participants 110
Target Audience MBA,B.Sc Psychology and BA Psychology
Resource Person(s) with qualification(if applicable) Dr. Philip Laird, M.A. in Social/Developmental Psychology and a Ph.D. in Psychology.
Place of visit/ details of Industrial Visit place(if applicable)
Event Coordinator Mr.Kevin Rozario

Workshop on Emotional Intelligence 2024

The objective of the Program:
To understand the importance of Emotional Intelligence.
To gain insights on Emotional Quotient (EQ).
To learn the significance and benefits of self-awareness, self-regulation, empathy, relationship management and effective communication.

The workshop was conducted for MBA, B.Sc Psychology and BA Psychology students on January 12, 2024. The workshop started by welcoming the resource person, Dr. Philip Laird. It was followed by a dance performance that showcased the cultures of India. The performance was done by a group of students who were part of the college cultural committee. The main focus of the workshop was on self-awareness and self-regulation. In addition, the workshop also depicted the impact of empathy and the need for relationship management. Then the workshop concentrated on the effective communication required for students. They were given an opportunity to learn about emotional control. They were involved in activities aligned with these elements of emotional intelligence. Students actively participated in the activities and interacted with the resource person. They were also exposed to preparing a quality resume.

Details of the resource person:
Dr. Philip Laird serves as the Vice President of Innovation, Global & Academic Partnerships, as well as the Vice Provost at Trinity Western University in British Columbia, Canada. With academic achievements including an M.A. in Social/Developmental Psychology and a Ph.D. in Psychology, Dr. Laird brings a wealth of knowledge to his role. His scholarly pursuits encompass diverse areas such as Jury analysis, Juror decision making, Psychology and the law, Psychology and theology, Self- deception (lying), Technology and education, Emotional intelligence, and Moral reasoning.

The outcome of the program:
1. Students were able to understand the practical applications of emotional quotient.
2. Students were also able to apply aspects of emotional intelligence and acquire knowledge on life skills.
3. In addition, students were also able to gain input on the benefits of self-awareness, self-regulation, empathy, relationship management, and effective communication.

Report Prepared by:
(Event Coordinator)

Report Verified by:

Report Approved by:
(Assistant Dean)

S.NO Document Format Print/Drive
1 Brochure of the event PDF Print & Drive
2 Circular of the event (Notifications from LT) PDF Drive
3 Geo-tagged photos/Screen Shots (Save as separate photos in IQAC drive) Print (4 – 6 photos) & Drive
4 Attendance sheet with signature of the attendees (offline)/Consolidated Excel sheet of the registration and feedback forms (Online) PDF / Excel Sheet Print & Drive
5 Copy of the Certificate issued PDF Print (1 sample copy) & Drive (All certificates)
6 Invitation and acceptance letter (or mail) of the Chief guest PDF Drive
7 Proof for honorarium given to the guest (Cheque or online payment details) PDF Drive
8 Registration details PDF Drive
9 Profile of the Resource Person PDF Drive

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