Emotional Intelligence

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Emotional Intelligence

LEADING WITH YOUR HEART TO CREATE SUSTAINABLE ORGANIZATIONS AND COMMUNITIES

Emotional Intelligence is both heart and mind based.

Current science research has proven that emotional intelligence is closely associated with high performance and general sense of well-being. It is well known in the sporting world that having the right mindset and emotional response leads to the highest possible achievement.

Why would you want to develop Emotional Intelligence (EI)?

  • EI can aid with achieving emotional balance vs emotional rollercoaster.
  • Emotional balance in turn can bring about powerful health changes.
  • You’ll be able to respond to conflict (instead of react) and manage life challenges and setbacks in a more peaceful manner.
  • Accessing emotion intelligence increases intuition, a powerful tool for leading your life with strength and authenticity.
  • You will begin to experience more fulfilling work and personal relationships.
  • You will learn a simple process how to access your creativity, tune into your ideas and make them achievable .

There are many reasons why leaders (and aren't you a leader?) should be trained to develop cognitive abilities along with abilities needed to successfully build teams, raise their emotional intelligence in order to get results through others and improve their own and others wellbeing and performance.

What is Emotional Intelligence?

In 1990 Salovey and Mayer coined the term “emotional intelligence” as “the ability to monitor one’s own and others’ feelings and emotions, to discriminate among them, and to use the information to guide one’s thinking and action”. Goleman (1998) brought the term “emotional intelligence” (EI) to a wide audience and found while the qualities traditionally associated with leadership such as intelligence, determination and vision are required for success appear to be insufficient. Goleman proposed that high degree of EI is required, which includes self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skills.

Emotional Inteligence vs. Traditional (IQ) Intelligence

UNDERSTANDING EMOTION vs. UNDERSTANDING INFORMATION

IQ  indicates a person's ability to learn, understand, and apply information and skills in a meaningful way and can tell us what level of cognitive complexity a person can manage in their job.

Emotional Quotient (EQ) is a way to measure how a person recognizes emotions and manages these emotional states to work better as a group or team. 
Emotional intelligence can indicate which leaders, professionals, or scientists will be the best leaders.

How is Emotion Experienced?

How is emotion experienced?

Experiences of emotion are content-rich events that emerge at the level of psychological description, but and are initiated by neurobiological processes. 

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE COMPETENCIES

SELF AWARENESS (“I”)SELF-MANAGEMENT

  Awareness of feelings   

  Self confidence

  Self-control

  Integrity

  Adaptability

  Initiative (Motivation)

SOCIAL AWARENESS (“OTHER”)SOCIAL SKILLS

  Empathy

  Organizational Awareness

  Influence

  Leading Others or Developing Others

  Teamwork or Conflict Management

  Communication or Change Catalyst

Source: Goleman et al. (2010): The Emotionally Intelligent Workplace


In response to recent huge corporate scandals, Prof George (2012) wrote great companies must “figure out how to tap into people’s hearts — their passions and their desires to make a difference through their work” as true character reveals within.

WE ORGANIZE WORKSHOPS AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE 1-DAY TRAININGS BOTH FOR COMPANIES AND INDIVIDUALS. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.


Read what our current customers have to say about our courses:

Every lesson is varied and challenging and I feel that you pay attention to every member in the class – I don’t feel ignored.

J N, Deloitte, 19/08/2014

You get the best out of us as you really understand the level we are at.

J G, Deloitte, 21/07/14

You have a calm, nurturing and caring nature. You encourage people to gradually push themselves to achieve their goals.

C C, C Hoare & Co, 25/07/14

 

For additional information, please download our emotional intelligence brochure

 

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