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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: BECOMING BETTER LEADERS THROUGH IMPROVED LIFESTYLES

Theme: Developing Personal Skills
Type: Seminar
Status: Realized
Date: April 11, 2018 to April 13, 2018
Main Content: • The evolution of leadership
- How and where the whole thing started
- The traits approach to leadership
- The behavioral approach to leadership
- Situational leadership and why it was successful
- The birth of Emotional Intelligence
• Leading with Emotional Intelligence (EI)
- Emotional Intelligence defined
- Emotional Quotient (EQ) versus Intelligence Quotient (IQ)
- The impact of emotions on leaders
- Leading by enhancing productivity: the functions of the Amygdala
- Amygdala Hijacks and their impact on the leader and the team
• The 5 Pillars of EI
- Self-assessment
- Scoring and interpretation of results
• Lifestyle applications of the conceptual model
- Addressing the gaps: where to start
- Boosting your Leadership EQ: the Lifestyle Approach.
Objectives: - Explain how and why emotional intelligence ‘trumps’ all leadership theories and applications as well as all degrees and qualifications! - List the impact of continuous and high level stress on personal and professional productivity - Define the 5 pillars for EI competence and identify areas for improvement as needed - Identify their personal strengths and blind spots revealed through self-assessments - Boost their EQ levels by learning lifestyle tips and techniques aimed at enhancing emotional intelligence.
Partitcipant Profile: Managers in all departments.
Duration: Three-day training activity.
Fees: 990$ (+11% VAT)
 
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