Are you struggling with organisational change and constant pressure to perform? do your staff feel the same way? This might be the reason for high turnover and low staff engagement.
Emotional Intelligence (EQ) skills feature in the majority of the top skills for 2020 by the World Economic Forum.
85% of our financial success was due to skills in “human engineering”, personality, and ability to communicate, negotiate, and lead. They found that only 15% was due to technical ability (Carnegie Institute of Technology).
Deficiency in emotional competence is a key cause of executive derailment. The main reasons for failure are difficult in handling change, inability to work well in a team, and poor interpersonal relations (Center for Creative Leadership, USA).
- EQ versus IQ
- Power of emotions
- Emotions and their impact on our behaviour
- EQ and Performance
Who should attend?
Anyone who is curious about leveraging their own emotion to communication and interacts more effectively and productively and harmoniously.