Emotional Intelligence

“Emotional Intelligence is the ability to sense, understand, and effectively apply the power and acumen of emotions as a source of human energy, information, connection, and influence”– Robert. K. Cooper

Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand, manage, and express your emotions in healthy and constructive ways.

Did you know...?

Our Emotional Intelligence is responsible for 58% of our job performance, while IQ accounts only for 4-25% of it. (Schmidt, 2012)

71% of top managers find Emotional Intelligence more important for business than IQ, and 59% would immediately reject the candidate with high IQ, but low EQ! (Freedman, 2014)

HR managers identified increased motivation and morale (43 percent) as the greatest benefit of having emotionally intelligent staff.

More than 6 in 10 employees (61 percent) admitted they’ve let emotions get the better of them in the office.

Over 80% of competencies that differentiate top performers from others are in the domain of Emotional Intelligence.

Why Emotional Intelligence matters?

Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand, manage, and express your emotions in healthy and constructive ways. It’s also about recognizing and responding appropriately to the emotions of self and that of others. Emotional intelligence enhances self-awareness, self-esteem, compassion, empathy, and adaptability which can provide a balanced lifestyle for individuals in leadership roles. Emotional intelligence allows you to communicate effectively, lead others, and build powerful relationships in your work and private life.

Trainings Offered

The Emotional Intelligence Workshop for Leaders!

Having Emotional Intelligence means staying calm under pressure, being able to resolve conflict, managing your stress levels, coaching your teams successfully, finding common ground, building strong teams, being able to give effective feedback, and most importantly managing your role as a leader with ease. 

Emotional Intelligence is what makes us stand out as better leaders, better performers, and better communicators besides technical skills and know-how. Leaders with higher EQ are more likely to make better decisions, become better influencers, and create the right mood for the job. 

According to Daniel Goleman, the author of the book Emotional Intelligence, “IQ and technical skills are important, but emotional intelligence is the sine qua non of leadership”.

In this workshop, you’ll learn about the pillars of Emotional Intelligence, and many tips, tools, and practical applications you can use to enhance your role as a leader, and as a contributor to society.

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