“We find that most of the characteristics that differentiate the outstanding performers are these things that we call social and emotional competencies.” Richard Boyatzis, 2008
It’s well understood that Emotional Intelligence (EI) – the ability to bring out the best in ourselves and others – is a crucial part of a leader’s repertoire. EI can make the difference between a highly effective and an average professional contributor. As the pace of the world increases and our environment makes more and more demands on our cognitive, emotional and physical resources, Emotional Intelligence is increasingly critical as a skill set. Emotional Intelligence strategies combine with native intelligence increase our ability to successfully manage the constant challenges from customers and our business associates. The good news is that EI can be developed.
Emotional Intelligence is the capacity to recognize and effectively manage emotions in ourselves and with others. Emotional intelligence increases our ability to make good decisions, build relationships, deal with stress, and cope with change. Research has proven that our emotional intelligence (EQ) is more reliable in predicting success than our intelligence quotient (IQ).
Low Emotional Intelligence brings a plethora of negative emotions, like fear, anger and hostility. These use up a lot of energy; they lead to lower morale, absenteeism and apathy; and they are an effective block to collaborative effort.
Daniel Goleman defines emotional intelligence (EQ) as “the capacity for recognising our own feelings and those of others, for motivating ourselves and for managing emotions well, in ourselves and in our relationships”. People with high EQ cope well with their own emotions, and they notice, and respond appropriately to the emotions of other people. This makes it easier to harness their potential and the potential of the organization
In this Emotional Intelligence Training conducted by Rave Institutes you will increase your personal leadership by learning how to manage your emotions in your most difficult moments, enabling you to perform and lead at your best, and connect with others in a more meaningful way.
How You Will Benefit:
- Expand your knowledge of emotional patterns in yourself and others
- Understand how you use emotion to facilitate thought and behaviour
- Know and utilise the difference between reaction and considered response
- Seeing the other side
- Giving in without giving up
- Life Positions – you and only you can choose your mindset
- Discover how you can manage your emotions, and positively influence yourself and others
- Build more effective relationships with people at work and at home
- Positively influence and motivate colleagues, team members, managers
- Increase your leadership effectiveness by creating an atmosphere that engages others
- EI behaviours and supports high performance
- Increase satisfaction and fulfillment at work