Emotional Intelligence is concerned with how people choose to manage and get the best out of themselves and those around them. It can start with identifying and dismantling our own self-limiting beliefs or restrictive habits in making different choices. Emotional Intelligence can increase our awareness of others, enhancing our understanding of why others behave the way they do. It can enhance our capacity to adapt our behaviour within different situations to achieve the best outcome. Like any skill, Emotional Intelligence can be developed and requires practice, it is about ‘managing the moment’.
If you want an opportunity to reflect upon your own emotional intelligence and how you are utilising this in your professional journey come and join us on a two-day programme that provides a safe space for you to do so.
- Explore how attitude and mind-set can drive and sustain higher performance
- Measure and reflect upon your own strengths and challenges, and your ability to build powerful relationships
- Learn how to use new tools and techniques to build commitment, accountability and manage conflict
- Leave with an action plan for personal transformation
67% of competencies for leadership relate to emotional intelligence.
Staff are twice as likely to report feeling physically and emotionally healthy if they work within a positive leadership climate.
Globally, 71% of staff do not feel engaged, but engagement is four times higher when the leader creates a positive climate.
Programmes can be run in-house or you can attend one of our open courses. We can also discuss how we could design a bespoke programme for you.