Emotional Intelligence and Resilience
This intensive one-day session, drawing on concepts from the work of Goleman and others, will develop the essential Emotional Intelligence competences of participants.
From this course, participants will have advanced their self-awareness and self-management (essential before they can manage others), motivation, empathy and ability to build working relationships, trust and rapport with others.
Face-to-face or virtual group course.
Having attended this course, participants will:
1. Fully understand the concept and component elements of Emotional Intelligence and why it is so important.
2. Be able to better understand and manage themselves before they can manage others.
3. Have developed their own empathy and understand why empathy matters.
4. Understand motivation and its types and sources as well as how to better motivate themselves and others.
5. Be able to use a range of techniques and approaches to better manage working relationships.
Who Should Attend:
The course is aimed at anyone who needs to develop their competences for using Emotional Intelligence.
Key Features of the Course:
- Introducing the concept, definitions and components of Emotional Intelligence
- Knowing what self-management is, why it matters and how to do it
- Conducting an audit of personal strengths, weaknesses, motivators, sources of stress and more
- Understanding empathy, why it matters and how to use it
- Defining motivation and its different types
- Managing relationships
- Personal action planning
Goleman, Daniel (1995) Emotional Intelligence. London: Bloomsbury.
Harvard Business Review (2017) HBR Guide to Emotional Intelligence. Boston: Harvard Business Review Press.
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