Curbing your thinking, improving your performance... using your emotional intelligence
This workshop is suitable for
Thursday 20 March 2014, 9.00am - 12.30pm
To book a place on a workshop please use our Online Booking Form.
“Research shows convincingly that EQ
(Emotional Intelligence Quota) is more important than IQ in almost
every role and many times more important in leadership roles.
Self-awareness, self-motivation and regulation are foundational to
empathy and social skills” Dr Stephen Covey, author, “The 7 Habits
of Highly Effective People”
Emotional intelligence (or our EQ) is the
aspect of social intelligence whereby we monitor both our own
feelings and the feelings of others, and then use this
information to inform our thoughts and actions for the benefit of
ourselves and our relationships with others.
So what is it, and how can we increase our
EQ? Well, this session aims to provide you with an
insight into the subject and help you consider how its
application could improve your personal, management and
relationship management skills.
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