Corporate / Institutional Training


IN/PSS (7) Managing Emotions and Thriving Under Pressure


Do you find yourself losing emotional self-control and then have difficulty bringing yourself back to a state of calm?
Are you aware of the triggers for these disruptive emotions?

Emotions are an intrinsic part of our biological makeup.  Self-regulation is the ability to manage and control our emotions.

Daniel Goleman, psychologist and prolific author in the area of emotional intelligence postulates that, "a person who knows how to self-regulate possesses an inclination towards reflection and thoughtfulness, an acceptance of uncertainty and change and integrity, in the ability to say no to impulse urges."
Key Content and Learning Outcomes

    . come to terms with emotional debt by labelling emotions
    . recognize that negative emotions may be the "key" to well-being
    . learn coping strategies and techniques in order to avoid overreacting in emotionally-charged 
    . reframe outbursts by challenging out thoughts
    . recognize how self-regulation can improve performance and positivity
    . understand the triggers of the perception-response cycle
    . mobilize yourself from emotional manipulators
    . learn how to recover from your own and other'ís emotional outbursts

This workshop will revolve around key concepts of indicators of emotions:

Emotional Interference
Performance = Potential - Interference, examples of emotions that deter
performance are fear, guilt, and worry.
Emotional Agility
Becoming more agile when approaching a situation in a mindful, values-driven,
and productive way.
Emotional Competency
Passion + Reason = Constructive Action, the ability to identify and manage
emotions by knowing how to control one'ís impulses, using good judgment, and
adapting emotions in response to others emotions and reactions.

The objective of the workshop is to help participants recognize the emotional drivers of 
behaviors (both their own and others) and develop a greater level of control and
self-regulation over feelings and reactions.

Instructional Material will be provided.