Emotional Intelligence has made a huge splash in the professional world. Literature covering all fields is touting the importance of this skill. Bursting into a world where academic achievement and the Intelligence Quotient ruled all, Emotional Intelligence has paved the way for a revolutionising of the hiring and training practices in major corporations and organizations.
A study conducted in a Fortune 400 company in 2006 showed that emotionally intelligent individuals received superior ratings from peers and supervisors in terms of interpersonal facilitation and stress tolerance and overall job performance. There is a reason that 34% of hiring managers are giving more importance to Emotional Intelligence when hiring and promoting employees post-recession: that it relates positively to job performance.
Being able to manage emotions is a powerful tool in relation-building, and employees with such ability are an asset to an organization. While most individuals possess a certain level of Emotional Intelligence, there is a need to identify barriers to its use. Individuals with high Emotional Intelligence are easier to manage and supervise because they are skilled in motivating themselves, managing stress and resolving conflicts with. Not only does this allow managers and supervisers to distribute their resources better, it makes for a more satisfied and productive workforce. It also results in increased effectiveness of teams.
These skills can be learned, given the right training and guidance. This program breaks down Emotional Intelligence such that participants understand its components thoroughly, and are able to apply the detailed principles both to themselves and the people around them.
Investing in the Emotional Intelligence of your staff will bring returns that will impact your bottom-line both directly and indirectly.
Upon completion of this program, the participants will be able:
- To define emotions and Emotional Intelligence (EI)
- To distinguish emotional intelligence from other forms of intelligences
- To list the criticality of emotional intelligence in work, life and relationships
- To raise personal awareness
- To positively reframe our perspective of people and situations in order to operate and adapt more positive
- To recover from negative experiences with people and situations quicker
- To increase awareness of others and social situations
- To enhance working and personal relationships with others
- To build a mental mechanism of success in work, life and relationships for the future
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Self Awareness – “My leadership style”
- Understanding my typical managerial attitude – HOTEL
- Understanding my typical emotional pattern – 4Fs
- Understanding my typical behavioral pattern - DISC
Self Management – “Creating a better leadership style”
- The power of our subconscious
- Responding vs Reacting
- Think>Feel>Act Model
My Habits – How do I change?
- The impact of past and present experiences on our emotions
- What is the “panadol” to negative experiences
- Recovering in 10 seconds
Social Awareness - Understanding my subordinates better
- The Psychology of Others
- The story behind others’ behaviors
- Respecting differences, even when you don’t want to
Relationship Management – Creating a successful relationship formula
- Watching the perceptions we have of others
- Moving from understanding to partnering
- Communicating FTW! (For the win!)
Re-Writing My Future As Leader
- What are our critical success determinants in our lives?
- What are the beliefs that limit or prevent our success?
- Re-writing our future script