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Emotional intelligence for personal and interpersonal mastery


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The ever-changing and fast-paced world of work places ever greater demands on individuals. It is widely accepted that emotional intelligence is a better predictor of effective leadership and general success in the workplace than IQ.  Emotional intelligence empowers us to recognise and understand our own emotions and feelings, gain insight into how we express ourselves, and develop and maintain healthy social relationships. By developing our emotional intelligence, we learn to cope with environmental demands and pressures more effectively.

This workshop will equip delegates with the knowledge and practical skills to discover their own levels of emotional intelligence, as well as to enhance their strengths, and address identified areas for development.  

Benefits for the individual include:

  • Being more positive about themselves
  • Being less impulsive
  • Coping more effectively with stress
  • Managing interpersonal relationships better
  • Positively influencing those around you

Benefits for the organisation include:

  • Improved quality of leadership
  • Increased overall productivity
  • Improved decision-making
  • Enhanced ability to cope with change
  • Improved interpersonal relationships
  • More effective teamwork and collaboration

Some food for thought: Solid research confirms that improving emotional intelligence in the workplace does not only have a positive impact on the individuals, but also on the organisation’s bottom line.

Who should attend?

Individuals and business professionals who want to improve performance and relationships.

DISCLAIMER: Presenters and attendees of all CPD activities must please note that the attainment of continuing education units (CEUs) does not licence any professional to practice outside their official scope of practice. CEUs are intended to broaden the knowledge of professionals but do not constitute professional training. Professionals should be registered with the HPCSA to perform any psychological act.