The Civil Service Commission through the Civil Service Institute invites HR practitioners and leaders to the 

1st Quarter CSI Leadership Series: Emotional Intelligence and Leadership
18 March 2020
CSC Resource Center, IBP Road, Batasan Hills, Quezon City 

Coined by John Mayer and Peter Salovey, emotional intelligence (EI) is the capacity of an individual to understand and manage one’s emotions. It is the measure of how one can easily recognize and become aware of his or her own emotions, thus, influence others and handle interpersonal relationships. In leadership, EI predicts how a leader steers the performance and culture of their organization in the midst of high and low circumstances. Nowadays, EI is a more in-demand requirement among leaders as it is a crucial trait that encompasses wide-ranging leadership functions that goes beyond technical skills. 

 The opening salvo of the 2020 CSI Leadership Series would take the leaders on a journey that would dive deep into self-awareness to discover how to fortify their EI toward motivating people and achieving organizational goals.  

TARGET PARTICIPANTS: Public Sector Executives, Managers, Directors and Division Chiefs or those in equivalent positions.

DATE: 18 March 2020

VENUE: 4th floor, CSC Resource Center, IBP Road, Batasan Hills, Quezon City

REGISTRATION: All interested participants are required to register online through this link:

For further inquiries, you may contact Ms. Angela Isabel C. Arguelles of the Civil Service Institute (CSI) at telephone numbers: (02) 8931-4182, (02) 8931-7935 loc. 301-303, and at email address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . 

CSI Leadership Series Background 

The CSI Leadership Series is a learning and networking event held on a quarterly basis, and is designed to inspire government executives, directors, and managers to continually enhance their leadership effectiveness. It showcases the best practices of successful leaders and managers in both the government and the private sectors. It is based on the premise that an executive or manager has the power of influence and the capability to bring about significant impact on people and organizations, especially on those they work with or whom they serve.