This leadership course explores the application of emotional intelligence at work as a core underpinning skill of leadership. Your emotional intelligence helps you to manage your thinking along with your emotions to make authentic decisions and build quality relationships.
Daniel Goleman’s book Emotional Intelligence - Why it can matter more than IQ became a bestseller in 1995 and has become established as a seminal book on the topic.
Over the next years, people have been saying “I read this book and love it, but it doesn’t say HOW. How do you grow and apply emotional intelligence?”
This course is designed to answer that question by making emotional intelligence practical and actionable and an underpinning component of effective leadership.
Emotional intelligence is not a theory to know and understand, it’s a process to use - a way of engaging to be smarter with feelings. Using emotional intelligence well helps us to turn emotions into resources so we can all be and do better.
Combining some of the most powerful concepts of human behaviour and communication with recent insights into positive psychology and neuroscience, the course will help you to enhance your leadership abilities.
Completing this course, you will be able to
Handle different perspectives
Manage a team
Deal with imposter syndrome so that you feel more confident and good about yourself
By the end of this course, you will build upon the crucial role you play in your team and in its success by using and applying your emotional intelligence at work as a leader.
This knowledge will guide both you and your team to new levels of collaboration and engagement.
Recognise how to use emotional intelligence at a deep level to build meaningful relationships.Demonstrate the ability to apply human leadership principles to address personal, social, and ethical implications of climate change.Investigate ways that you are utilising and balancing your energy for maximum efficiency.Explore methods and techniques to effectively express assertive behaviour as a leader at critical times.Distinguish the transactions between ego states and life positions defining how they influence behaviour.