Recent research has shown a significant link between EI and successful leadership styles (i.e. transformational as opposed to transactional leadership)
  • Higher ratings of leadership effectiveness, Improved teamwork, Enhanced coping strategies and Success
  • Effective planning, Reduced stress, Reduced absenteeism, Improved interpersonal relationships
How does it work?

Emotional Intelligence addresses the following seven key Emotional competencies:

Emotional  Self -Awareness:

The skill of perceiving and understanding one’s own emotions
  • The capacity to identify and understand the impact one’s own feelings is having on thoughts, decisions, behavior and performance at work
Emotional Expression:

The skill of expressing one’s own emotions effectively
  • Creating greater understanding amongst colleagues about yourself
  • Creating trust and perceptions of genuineness amongst colleagues
Emotional awareness of others:

The skill of perceiving and understanding others emotions 
  • Greater understanding of others, how to engage, respond, motivate and connect with them effectively
  • Emotions Reasoning:
The skill of utilizing emotional information in decision-making 
  • Enhanced decision-making where more information is considered in the process
  • Greater buy-in from others into decisions that are made
Emotional Self Management:

The skill of effectively managing one’s own emotions
  • Improved job satisfaction and engagement
  • Improved ability to cope with high work demands
  • Enhanced productivity and performance
Emotional management of others:

The skill of influencing the moods and emotions of others
  • The capacity to generate greater productivity and performance in others
  • The capacity to generate a positive and satisfying work environment for others
  • The capacity to effectively deal with workplace conflict
Emotional Self Control:

The skill of effectively controlling strong emotional experiences and associated behaviors
  • The capacity to think clearly in stressful situations
  • The capacity to deal effectively with situations that cause strong emotions
 “There are no right and wrong ways to feel in any one given situation, however, there are more and less effective ways of dealing with emotions.”


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    Leadership & Personal Mastery

    Introduction: Emotional Intelligence

    EI First Competency:
    Emotional Self Awareness

    EI Second Competency: Emotional Expression

    EI Third Competency:
    Understanding Others' Emotions

    EI Fourth Competency: Emotional Reasoning and Decision Making

    EI Fifth Competency:
    Emotional Self Management

    EI Sixth Competency:Emotional Management of Others

    EI Seventh Competency: Emotional Control

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