EQ or Emotional Intelligence has been quoted as more important than IQ and for good reason. Often referred to as the “soft skills”, these are the ones that can make or break a career.
Social and Emotional Intelligence is the ability to be aware of your own emotions and the emotions of others, in the moment, then to use that information to manage yourself and manage your relationships.
When these are working well, you can form strong relationships with others, maintain healthy physical and mental health and know how to self manage your stress and your emotions as. you navigate bumps in the road of work and life. Without these skills, you may find yourself dealing with emotional outbursts, higher levels of stress, anger and anxiety, encountering more conflict with others and struggling to maintain strong relationships.
In this workshop, you’ll explore the four pillars of social and emotional intelligence to discover how to recognise and manage your emotions, how to read the underlying current in a group to manage the power dyamics and how to create and maintain strong relationships.