Emotional Intelligence Workshops
We offer several half-day or full-day interactive programs designed to raise awareness and provide practical
tools and take-aways for increasing the overall effectiveness of your employees. Our content includes:
LEADING WITH EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
EQ is an essential ingredient of long term success, particularly in complex and ever changing workplace environments. This session includes activities and exercises that develop self-awareness through self-reflection and assessment, self-control via a “triggers” exercise, empathy via a group perspective activity, and social skill through practice with emotional expression. Participants will also receive definitions and development tips for the key skills set required to demonstrate EQ, understand the EQ framework including its correlation to employee engagement.
Created for a female audience, the SheQ program provides strategies for using emotional intelligence to be more effective professionals. Participants will be able to complete a self-assessment reflecting on where they spend their energy and determine how to balance workload and activities at an appropriate level. Participants will leave with tools to maintain a healthy level of challenge and struggle to enable them to be more powerful at work and in every aspect of life.
BUILDING TRUST AND GAINING RESPECT
This session provides hands-on strategies for developing trust and increasing respect. It’s designed to improve employee relationships at any level of the organization. Participants learn how to develop a history of trust with others that will enable them to depend on one another – even during stressful times when trust is put trust to the test. The techniques experienced in this course result in benefits for co-workers, team members and leaders. A key component of this session is the design of an action plan for building trust within key business relationships.
This session explains how and when to apply each of the five different approaches to conflict management -avoid, accommodate, collaborate, compete or compromise. By applying the concepts to a current conflict situation, participants will also learn the impact that relationship and outcome have on the selection of a specific approach. We will also review the correlation between successful conflict management and Emotional Intelligence. Participants leave with an understanding of the characteristics and sources of conflict; a model for identifying the appropriate response mode for different types of conflicts and people; and be able to demonstrate basic conflict resolution skills.