The evidence is increasingly compelling. The measurable, learnable skills of emotional intelligence make a significant impact on organizational performance. Emotional intelligence may be essential to differentiating world-class organizations in an increasingly complex and competitive marketplace.
- Workshop Venue: The CTU centre of excellence auditorium at Glen
Manor Office Park, Block 4, Ground Floor, Frikkie De Wet Street in
- Workshop dates: 6th, 14th and 21st May 2019.
- Duration: 1 day.
- Times: 8.30 to 16.00.
- Pricing: R 3290.00 ex vat Per Person. (Ask for group discounts).
- All training materials provided.
- Lunch and Refreshments provided.
Pricing includes a leadership emotional intelligence assessment. Results are sent to the individual participants as prework prior to the workshop.
Leading with and learning the six skills of Emotional Intelligence.
Leadership is fundamentally about facilitating high performance: getting others to do things effectively and efficiently. Emotional intelligence is a key attribute that helps leaders achieve this function. There is a wealth of literature detailing the impact emotion has on individuals’ performance. This research has shown for example, that people perform their best at work when they feel involved in purposeful work that develops who they are, when they feel valued, cared for, consulted, respected, informed and understood. This research has also shown that people often perform their worst when they feel unproductive feelings such as feeling overly worried, frustrated, concerned, stressed, inadequate and fearful. During this program you will improve your understanding of emotions and emotional intelligence. You will also explore and practice tools and techniques for applying emotional intelligence in leadership and creating high performance in others on that basis.
This program equips leaders with:
- an in-depth understanding of emotional intelligence and how to practically apply it in the leadership of people, the six skills are: Self-Awareness = The Aware Leader. Self-Awareness is about being aware of the behavior your demonstrate, your strengths and limitations, and the impact you have on others. Awareness of Others = The Empathetic Leader. Awareness of others is about noticing and acknowledging others, ensuring others feel valued and adjusting your leadership style to best fit with others. Authenticity = The Genuine Leader. Authenticity is about openly and effectively expressing oneself, honouring commitments and encouraging this behaviour in others. Emotional Reasoning = The Expansive Leader. Emotional reasoning is the skill of using emotional information (from yourself and others) and combining it with other facts and information when decision-making. Self-Management = The Resilient Leader. Self-Management is about managing one’s own mood and emotions; time and behaviour; and continuously improving oneself.
- insight into how often they currently demonstrate emotionally intelligent leadership behaviours and what to do to enhance it
- a tool kit, process, and techniques for being more emotionally intelligent in the leadership of people.
Who should attend:
Leaders of people or people managers who want to improve their personal and interpersonal skills and drive not only better employee performance, but also higher levels of employee engagement and success.
Format and Learning Outcomes
One day facilitated workshop including:
- An emotionally intelligent leadership assessment completed as pre-work
- Inspirational content
- Participative methods
- Experiential scenarios
- Role-play based applications
- Post-program action learning project
- Optional post program executive coaching
Participants leave the workshop being better able to apply their emotional intelligence in leadership and more often be the productive being states presented on the outside ring of our unique emotional intelligence model as shown below.