If there's one thing your leadership team does this year to get better business results it should be improving their Emotional Intelligence (EQ).
Mel Rowsell, Leadership and Culture expert from Wisdom at Work, is a master practitioner in EQ. At her intensive workshop you will dive deep into how to build Emotionally Intelligent leaders within your organisation.
This hands-on workshop teaches practical strategies to leaders to bring out the best in themselves and their teams.
Walk away from the day knowing exactly what leadership development strategies your organisation needs to focus on this year.
- Gain an understanding of the neuroscience behind EQ.
- Find out how to get EQ onto the leadership development agenda without using the word “emotions”.
- Learn how to better approach emotionally charged situations and how to support your leadership team to do the same.
- Learn how mindfulness programmes can help leaders take a more complete view of a situation in order to choose a different outcome, and how to introduce these.
- Find out why adding reflective thinking to your professional development can go a long way - and how to do this.
Mel Rowsell is an experienced and engaging facilitator who delivers an entertaining and impactful workshop.
If you are a business owner, CEO, senior level manager, or HR professional, this is not to be missed!
"The changes I'm seeing in myself and the Engineering Coaches are mind blowing" - Ben Gracewood, VP Solutions, Vend.
Complimentary morning and afternoon tea/coffee will be served, as well as complimentary a buffet lunch.
NEED TO KNOW A BIT MORE ABOUT EQ?
Did you know that EQ impacts business profitability? And, did you know that people with average IQs often outperform those with high IQs in terms of leadership success?
Yes that's right, a 2003 UK study found that when business units were led by managers with high EQ, profit growth was 7 percentage points higher than average over the same period. Leading international EQ testing and training provider TalentSmart has found that 90% of the top performers also have high EQ.
And yes, an emotionally dumb leader has the opposite effect on business success. From disengaged people and low productivity to high staff turnover and stifled business growth.
Emotional Intelligence includes four key skills:
- The first two are to do with yourself. They are the ability to be self aware and manage yourself. This is about knowing what your emotions are up to and managing them.
- The other two are about your interaction with others. These are social awareness and and relationship management. In basic terms, this is picking up on the emotional cues of others and using these to manage relationships and interactions well.