Using Emotional Intelligence to Excel
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Emotional Intelligence (EI) is the ability to sense, understand and effectively apply the power of our wide-ranging field of emotions, tapping into it as a source of energy and a guiding influence.
When applied in an organization, an Emotionally Intelligent company is one in which each employee has a better understanding of how they can manage themselves more effectively while taking responsibility to contribute to their fullest. The application of EI at work can create a culture of trust, exceptional “internal customer” loyalty, enhanced social awareness, and honest and open communication. Each participant will garner a better understanding of Emotional Intelligence as a tool for personal and professional growth as it taps into the basic understanding of the power of human emotion and motivation.
THIS EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE WORKSHOP WILL:
- Explore the Business & Scientific Cases for Emotional Intelligence
- Teach the Building of Exceptional Organizations - The Six Components of EI
- Enhance the ability to manage work relationships more effectively
- Discuss Ethics, Standards, Strategy and Dealing with Reality
- Introduce the Key Driving Forces of Competitive Advantage
- Look at Assessing Your Emotional Quotient (EQ) and the Practical
Applications for EQ
- Explore how to achieve Long-term Measurable Change
- Understand the impact of Emotional Intelligence on leadership and organizations
- Create a culture characterized by trust, openness, and application of ethical values and standards of excellence
- Learn the six components of Emotional Intelligence and their effect on our lives
- Measure, explore and identify personal strengths and vulnerabilities related to EQ
- Connect the elements of EQ to functional goals and imperatives
- Discover, assess and implement the Three Driving Forces of Competitive Advantage
- Develop an EQ-in-Action Plan resulting in demonstrable and measurable change
This program can be conducted for any group size. Each trainer can accommodate up to 24 participants – larger groups will require multiple workshops or additional trainers for the single event.