Emotional Intelligence Workshop
How Emotional Intelligence Can Make You a More Effective Manager
Studies have shown that Emotional Intelligence (EI) is one of the best predictors of workplace performance. It is also a strong driver of leadership and excellence.
These studies also show that people with EI have more
- decision-making ability,
- motivation, and
than people with poor EI.
Emotional Intelligence Skills
“If your emotional abilities aren’t in hand, if you don’t have self-awareness, if you are not able to manage your distressing emotions, if you can’t have empathy and have effective relationships, then no matter how smart you are, you are not going to get very far.”
Learn at the workshop how EI can make you more effective at work, help you achieve personal awareness, manage your stress, connect with others, and develop resilience.
With EI, you will become a more approachable, caring and compassionate manager.
What you will achieve
By the end of the workshop, you will:
Identify and manage emotions that impact your work.
Learn stress management techniques to stay emotionally balanced.
Be able to build better relationship with colleagues.
Be a more caring and compassionate manager.
What you will learn
This workshop will cover:
Emotional intelligence and its components.
Managing your self-awareness and your emotions.
Stress management techniques to help you stay emotionally balanced.
Improving your social skills and collaborating more effectively with colleagues.
Developing your resilience, motivation and ability to build trust with peers.
How EI can make you more effective and successful.
Who should attend
Managers, executives and business profesisonals who want to use EQ tools to be more successful at work.
What people say about the Emotional Intelligence workshop
“I enjoyed the workshop especially the examples and exercises.”
“I attended EQ courses before but this one gives interesting tools that I can use immediately.”
Manager, Manufacturing Company
“The skills taught are easy to understand. I wish I learned them when I started work years back.”
Manager, Petroleum Company