Emotional Intelligence in Leadership 2019
The hidden driver of excellence, the 'missing link' that equips leaders to be brilliant.
There is one particular mental asset that allows us to monitor our inner world rather than just be swept away by it.
It is little-noticed and under-rated. It is what high-achievers use to improve their emotional intelligence, sustain greatness and excel while others do not. What is it?
When organisations were led by leaders with high Emotional Intelligence, staff retention has increased by 67%. Leaders with high emotional self-awareness created positive workplace climates - compared with those with an untrained EI.
A study of over 40 Fortune 500 companies revealed that with EI training, they achieved:
- Greater sales – by 50%;
- Greater productivity – by 20%;
- Lowers staff turnover – by 60%;
- Job satisfaction – by 30%;
- Improved risk management, lower accident rate;
- Very good customer service achieved through higher empathy skills;
- Improved financial performance.
Emotional Intelligence in Leadership builds on the writings of Daniel Goleman, who developed principles of emotional intelligence. EI is crucial in many aspects of life, and in this workshop Camelia Petrus tailors Goleman’s principles specifically to the needs of those want to learn how to become the best leaders they can.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR
- HR Managers
- Board Members
- Executives in the public sector
You'll understand WHAT IT TAKES to:
- Develop the ability to perceive emotions in self and others and understand how your emotions and your actions can affect the people around you;
- Understand what our emotions are trying to tell us. (self-awareness);
- Reflectively regulate emotions to promote emotional and intellectual growth, generate emotions to assist thought and take control of our reactions, and responses (self-management);
- Discern the feelings of others, understand their emotions, and how to utilize that understanding (Social Awareness);
- Diplomatically relate to others in social situations, lead and negotiate conflict (Relationship management);
- Translate all the above skills into success in the workplace and in life.
Leaders steer organisations toward meeting goals. Strategic planning and leadership development combine to create the best possible path to your success. A great leader and a great planner will greatly affect your organisation's outcomes.
What is Emotional Intelligence (EI)?
- Emotions: how do they work?
- What EI is not? How people lacking Emotional Competence think, speak and behave?
- Four aspects of Emotional Intelligence vital to succeeding in today’s workplace.
- Five qualities of highly emotionally intelligent Leaders.