EQ In The Work Place
|Course||EQ In The Work Place|
|Course Duration||2 Days|
|Course Cost||R3200 per delegate. (Minimum 8 delegates)|
|Pre-requisite||Science of Success and Excellence for peak Performance|
|Audience||Highly recommended for all employees|
Why do smart people fail? Why do technically brilliant individuals have trouble managing others and collaborating on a team? It is not because they lack intelligence or technical skills. Far from it. What they lack is a critical level of Emotional Intelligence (EI) and the ability to manage their own emotions and others’ when they are under pressure.
This course focuses on:
- Educating your employees on how their emotions affect their work performance and relationships in the workplace.
- Advising them on how to control their emotions and reframing their behaviour on getting the job done and getting it done well.
- Teaching them the skills and techniques required to improve their ability to identify what is driving a particular situation and adapt their behaviour to gain the most beneficial outcome.
There are five categories of NLP Emotional Intelligence.
- Self-awareness:If a person has a healthy sense of self-awareness, he understands his own strengths and weaknesses, as well as how his actions affect others. A person who is self-aware is usually better able to handle and learn from constructive criticism than one who is not.
- Self-regulation:A person with a high EQ can maturely reveal her emotions and exercise restraint when needed. Instead of squelching her feelings, she expresses them with restraint and control.
- Motivation:Emotionally intelligent people are self-motivated. They’re not motivated simply by money or a title. They are usually resilient and optimistic when they encounter disappointment and driven by an inner ambition.
- Empathy:A person who has empathy has compassion and an understanding of human nature that allows him to connect with other people on an emotional level. The ability to empathize allows a person to provide great service and respond genuinely to others’ concerns.
- People skills:People who are emotionally intelligent are able to build rapport and trust quickly with others on their teams. They avoid power struggles and backstabbing. They usually enjoy other people and have the respect of others around them.