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Leading with Emotional and Social Intelligence®
Leading with Emotional and Social Intelligence gets right to the heart of Emotional Intelligence (EI) at the workplace, examines and explains its importance and provides practical tools for helping yourself, and others in the four key ingredients of EI:
- Noticing and understanding emotions in oneself (this means that you can connect with your emotions and extract valuable information from them).
- Noticing and understanding emotions in other people (this means that you can read emotions of other people and make pretty accurate assumptions on what kind of emotions are experienced by the other person).
- Regulating own emotions (this means the ability to regulate own emotions effectively).
- Using emotions to facilitate performance and manage relationships (this means that you can use emotions in constructive ways, for example you can use positive emotions to motivate yourself, promote goal achievement or build relationships in alliance with personal values or view points).
If you want to improve your own Emotional Intelligence and that of your team, take a fully comprehensive journey with us into the world of Emotional Intelligence and you will find a framework along with activities, exercises and worksheets that improve your own levels of Emotional Intelligence and those of your clients, co-workers or team members.
Emotions are the invisible hero of both successes and failures at the workplace. It is up to you on how emotions will influence your creativity, ability to achieve goals and quality of your work. Emotional Intelligence is a master skill that can be learned.
- EMOTIONS AT THE WORKPLACE
- DISCOVERING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
- AWARENESS OF EMOTIONS IN YOURSELF
- EMOTIONAL SELF-REGULATION
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