- Unlock the power of emotional intelligence to motivate your team.
- Assess your emotional intelligence with the EIQ16 questionnaire.
- Tune into your self-awareness and see yourself as others do.
- Become a change catalyst and help others embrace the transition.
- Influence and build rapport with a wider network of people.
Emotional Intelligence (EI) is your ability to control your emotions and then your behaviour by recognising, identifying and then managing them. Once you can recognise and manage your own you will be able to start to recognise others in your team as well. To become a better leader you need to improve your emotional intelligence over time to becoming more self-aware, manage your emotions more effectively, be more socially aware and show empathy to others. This course will enhance your business and personal relationships, and help you motivate and manage yourself and others by fine-tuning your emotional intelligence and influencing skills.
The EIQ16 Questionnaire measures your ability to accurately perceive emotions in yourself and others, use emotions to facilitate thinking, and understand and manage emotions.
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Who should attend:
Senior team members, supervisors and managers who want to improve their personal and professional lives. We suggest to complete more than one leadership course as part of an ongoing leaders program to continue to develop as a leader.
Defining EI and how it is a dynamic process of learning skills to understand yourself and others.
Examine three main causes of career failures.
Distinguishing the major differences of EI and IQ, and how they are related.
Examine core skills of self-awareness, empathy and nurturing relationships.
Paying attention to what you see and hear and not what you think you see and hear.
Delve into the importance of self-awareness and how this improves your leadership ability.
Paying attention to your emotions and understanding what they mean.
Five steps to managing your emotions.
How to continually improve your self-awareness.
Identifying the emotions and reactions of those around you.
How to develop and show an understanding of others’ feelings.
Responding during a period of organisational change.