Corporate / Institutional Training
L/MWS (5) Making the Connection: Leading with Emotional Intelligence
How can you leverage your employees'’ strengths and capabilities?
How can you be assured that your employees operate from a growth mindset that creates employee engagement, cooperation, workplace harmony, and effective human relations? According to Jack Welch (former Chair of GE), "a leader'’s intelligence has to have a strong emotional component....high levels of self-awareness, maturity and self-control....no doubt emotional intelligence is more rare than book smarts, but my experience says it is actually more important in the making of a leader. You just can'’t ignore it."
Key Content and Learning Outcomes
. understand the domains of emotional intelligence (EI)
. optimism as one of the key skills to improve emotional intelligence
. techniques to change a pessimistic to an optimistic mindset
. how optimism can help you flourish
. identify leadership behaviors associated with each domain of emotional intelligence
. learn how to manage behaviors that prevent optimal performance
. develop more effective communication and influencing strategies
. gain insight into how to leverage emotional strengths that build effective relationships
. develop self-awareness, self-regulation, and awareness of others examining
"leadership from within" - motivation, personality, communication
. discover how to apply emotional intelligence in the workplace for building teamwork
and accountable leadership
. utilize emotional intelligence competencies and techniques in leadership roles
. learn the importance of resilience and adaptability in driving performance
The workshop will help you strengthen your competencies to engage, influence, and motivate as an emotionally intelligent leader that resonates with your employees and team. Several measures will be administered in order to help you discover how you can enhance your emotional intelligence. The POWER model will be introduced (Proactive, Open-Minded, Well-Informed, Evolving, and Resilient) in order to develop leadership with a positive edge.
Instructional Material will be provided.