International Congress on Emotional Intelligence
14 - 17 July 2019 | Fremantle, Western Australia
Theme: Emotional Intelligence for the Professions
When: 5.30pm Sunday 14 July – 1.30pm Wednesday 17 July 2019
Where: ND4, The University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle, Western Australia
The International Society for Emotional intelligence (ISEI) is pleased to announce that the 7th International Congress will be held in Fremantle, West Australia from 14-17 July 2019. Join our global community of scholars, educators, researchers, consultants and clinicians who share a focus on emotional intelligence.
The 2019 ICEI aims at Emotional Intelligence within the professions of medicine, education, law, arts, social sciences, health sciences and business and allows for a unique networking opportunity at the local, national and international level.
Top experts in the applied and academic fields of Emotional Intelligence will present the most current advances of EI Theory, research and application. You are encouraged to participate in the international symposia of developing trends and issues. Workshops, oral papers, posters and symposia will be used to stimulate personal and professional discussion. Further, sign up for specialized training at the pre-conference workshops and network with a wide range of multidisciplinary professionals while being part of the maritime and fascinating city of Fremantle.
Areas and Congress Themes:
Theoretical aspects of Emotional Intelligence: Application to measurement, neurosciences, emotion and cognition
Emotional Intelligence in Education: Education and social emotional learning, perception and appraisal of emotion
Emotional Intelligence from Individual and Organizational Perspectives: individual/organisational/cultural issues, emotional facilitative thinking
Emotional Intelligence in the Professions: Leadership, consultation and coaching process, employing emotional knowled
Application of Emotional Intelligence to Health and Well Being: health and optimal development, clinical application, work engagement and burnout
Keynote Speakers include:
Neal M. Ashkanasy
Neal M. Ashkanasy OAM, PhD is Professor of Management in the UQ Business School at The University of Queensland, Australia. He studies emotion in organizations, leadership, culture, and ethical behaviour. He has published in journals such as the Academy of Management Journal and Review, the Journal of Management, and the Journal of Applied Psychology. He served as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Organizational Behavior, Associate Editor for the Academy of Management Review and Academy of Management Learning & Education. He is currently Associate Editor for Emotion Review and Series Editor for Research on Emotion in Organizations. He is the founder and administrator of the Emonet Listserv. He is also a Fellow of several learned societies, including ASSA, SIOP and APS.Marc Brackett
Marc Brackett, Ph.D., is founding director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and Professor in the Child Study Center at Yale University. His research focuses on the role of emotions and emotional intelligence in learning, decision making, creativity, relationships, health, and performance. Marc is lead developer of RULER, an evidence-based, systemic approach to SEL that has been adopted by over 2,000 schools across the United States and in other countries including dozens in Australia. He has published 125 scholarly articles and received numerous awards. He consults regularly with corporations like Facebook and Google on integrating emotional intelligence principles into employee training and product design. Marc is the author of the forthcoming book, Permission To Feel. He also holds a 5th degree black belt in Hapkido.Joseph Ciarrochi
Joseph Ciarrochi is professor at the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education, Australian Catholic University. Joseph has published over 110 scientific journal articles and many books, including the best selling Get out of your mind and into your life teens, and the influential book, Thriving Adolescent. In the adult area, Joseph has published The Weight Escape, and Mindfulness, Acceptance, and Positive Psychology: The seven foundations of well-being, and Emotional intelligence: A practitioner’s guide. He has been honoured with over four million dollars in research funding. His work has been discussed on television, and in magazines, newspaper articles, and radio. His publications on Emotional Intelligence are amongst the most cited in the world.
His research focuses understanding and promoting flexible strength (or psychological flexibility). Flexible strength is the ability to use psychological skills in a way that promotes personal growth and builds vitality and valued action. The psychological skills that support flexible strength have been given many labels, including: emotional intelligence, mindfulness, emotional awareness, value clarity, self-compassion, growth mindset, creativity, willpower, resilience, persistence, and grit.Carolyn MacCann
Carolyn MacCann is an associate professor at The University of Sydney’s School of Psychology. She received her PhD from The University of Sydney in 2006, and has completed post-docs at the Educational Testing Service (Princeton, NJ, USA) and the Australian Graduate School of Management (UNSW). Her research has focused on two main areas: (a) psychological testing and test development, particularly of noncognitive constructs (“soft skills” like emotional intelligence personality, time management, and teamwork), and considering non-standard methods such as situational judgment tests, and multi-media assessment; and (b) emotional intelligence, including both measurement issues, the prediction of key outcomes, and the processes by which emotional intelligence affects such outcomes.Nicola Schutte
Nicola Schutte is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of New England, Australia. Her research interests lie in the area of positive psychology, with a focus on emotional intelligence. Together with research collaborators, she has investigated the assessment of emotional intelligence; the dimensional nature of emotional intelligence; outcomes associated with emotional intelligence, including aspects of mental health, relationships, workplace functioning, and telomere length; and approaches to increasing emotional intelligence.
Registration and Abstracts:
Early bird registration opens: 6 January 2019; Standard registration opens: 14 April 2019
Abstracts open: 15 August 2018; Abstracts close: 24 February 2019