This program will add new layers of meaning to your daily experience lending insight to your feelings & your dealings with others.
Not knowing your emotional intelligence tendencies can result in being incompatible with other people, not being happy with your job, not succeeding at your job, and being physically unhealthy - with stress-related problems.
Knowing your emotional intelligence gives you the opportunity to position yourself to be with people you are naturally compatible with, and to seek out jobs that naturally fit you. You can also understand what makes you incompatible with certain people or jobs and learn ways to deal with the natural difficulties. You can understand the specific things that cause you stress and learn ways to become more at peace. Intelligent people who perform well are the ones with EQ as well as IQ.
A pioneer study undertaken by Manila University in association with Reuven Baron, the designer of the EQ-i, the first scientifically validated EQ test, showed that EQ accounted for 27% of the job success of front line bank employees, whereas IQ scores were shown to account for less than 6%.
According to Daniel Goleman, author of the most influential books on Emotional Intelligence, EQ becomes more and more important as people progress up the career ladder in their organizations. He estimates that it is twice as important for outstanding ability as technical skill and cognitive ability combined, but in leadership jobs four times as important. People who are able to be adaptable, to feel and project self-confidence and to be internally motivated are vital at the head of organizations.
The most encouraging aspect of Emotional Intelligence is that it can be measured and changed. EQ actually improves with age & this program will cover Role of emotions, emotional awareness, emotional literacy, emotional management, interpersonal relationship & inter group relationships.
✓ Awareness of emotions in self and others
✓ Empathy & Effects of Interactivity of emotions
✓ Differentiating & Managing emotions
✓ Interpersonal relationship – Peers, subordinates and bosses
✓ Collaborative relationship vs Competitive relationship
✓ Conflict Management & Building Consensus
✓ Effective Feedback
✓ Personal Action Plan