Instructor: Shayna Humphrey
Decades of research demonstrate that high emotional intelligence is a key indicator of high leadership capability. The relevance of such findings clearly applies to any person who aspires to lead well under normal circumstances.
However, as we contend with the amplified stressors brought about by the ongoing global crisis, our need for effective leadership—in our organizations and in our families—has never been greater. In fact, the convergence of pandemic-related stressors in our collective and individual lives may well represent the greatest test of emotional intelligence in a generation.
Addressing the heightened call for effective personal and professional leadership, adjunct professor at Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management, consultant, and coach for The Work Institute SHAYNA HUMPHREY leads this class on exploring specific self-awareness and self-management skills that help navigate uncertainty, manage emotional reactivity, and reduce the negative consequences of high-level stress. Armed with these emotional intelligence skills, we can model poise under pressure and build the emotional competence and resilience needed not simply to weather but to thrive and lead in the face of challenging and changing circumstances.
Shayna Humphrey, M.Ed. has two decades of experience in designing and delivering executive education courses for clients including HCA, Johnson & Johnson, AIG, Exxon-Mobil, and Sony Music.An adjunct professor at Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management, Shayna is the lead instructor of the Vanderbilt Business Communication Academy. For the past twelve years she also has served as a consultant and coach for The Work Institute, an executive education platform.
Her work targets executive leadership development with a particular focus on organizational culture and Emotional Intelligence. In addition to teaching in academic and professional environments, Shayna speaks to school communities, faculty, and parent organizations about instilling skills associated with Emotional Intelligence during children’s formative years.
Shayna earned her undergraduate degree in English and sociology from Vanderbilt University and a master’s degree in education with an emphasis on organizational psychology from the University of Virginia.
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