Whether it’s the intelligence quotient (IQ), emotional intelligence quotient (EQ), or adaptability quotient (AQ), focusing on one “Q” simply isn’t enough anymore. Moving through the "Q" line is essential to leadership success.
Join Innovative Learning Group Project Manager Esther Jackson, Ed.D., as she breaks the three Qs down into simple nuggets, gives you the keys to increasing your leadership EQ and AQ to achieve professional success, and describes how you can tie it all into your leadership curricula.
At the end of this session, you will be able to:
§ Recognize the importance of leadership Qs to performance improvement.
§ Develop a road map to improve your leadership EQ and AQ.
§ Practice steps to overcome barriers to enhancing your EQ and AQ.
Esther Jackson, Ed.D., is a project manager and instructional designer at Innovative Learning Group. She joined ILG after spending more than 15 years working for the City of Detroit as a project manager and instructional designer for a variety of human resources and information technology projects.
Esther is a member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and is serving as a National Advisor for Chapters. She also is a member of ATD Detroit and is serving her final term on the board of directors as past-president. Esther previously served as president (2019) and president-elect (2018). She has presented at a variety of conferences, including the National Association for African Americans in Human Resources Midwest Regional Conference, the ATD Chapter Leaders Conference, and the City of Detroit Administration Professionals Conference.
Esther earned a doctorate of education, specializing in higher education and adult learning, a master’s degree in instructional technology, and a bachelor’s degree in education from Wayne State University in Detroit.