Lead with Emotional Intelligence
What if more people were like Michael Scott (The Office) and Sheldon Cooper (Big Bang Theory)? Or, I mean – what if they weren’t …
What if we could always get along well with others? What if we could always make decisions in a way that made everyone feel like it’s a win? Let’s face it. Sometimes we have a hard time playing well with others. It might be because we woke up on the wrong side of bed. It might be because the person we are working with chews with their mouth open in the cubicle next to us. Here’s the deal – even when we don’t always feel like playing well – we should. Our ability to lead and be influential depends on our ability to work well with others. That’s where emotional intelligence comes in.
Overview of the Model
- We need to know ourselves. If we have an understanding of what emotions we are experiencing and why we are experiencing those emotions we will be more self-aware.
- We need to know others. If we pay attention to the people we work with we will be able to have social awareness.
- We need to care for others. This is where it all comes together. We learn to pull together what we know about ourselves and what we know about others. Then we can manage our behavior more effectively and make decisions that are mutually beneficial.
This course will help you:
- Learn about emotional intelligence and how it impacts your leadership.
- Explore how to become a healthy influential leader by growing your emotional intelligence.
- Create a new way of thinking and develop new habits as you develop your emotional intelligence.
- This course can be delivered in a half-day or full-day format. The full day has a greater impact.