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TRAIT EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE and EMOTIONS IN THE WORKPLACE

June 8 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Free

EQ in the workplace – Do you ever ask yourself why some people take much longer than others to show emotion or even at times, never?

“Anyone can become angry – that is easy.

But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time for the right purpose and in the right way – this is not easy!”

In this session Paul will introduce you to the Trait EQ Theory, a simple model that will hopefully help you answer these types of questions:

 

• Do you ever ask yourself why some people take much longer than others to show emotion or even at times, never?

• Do you ever think you’re the only one remaining calm during a crisis?

• Does a colleague’s assertive manner get your back up?

• Why when you meet someone for the first time, why does it feel as if you know they are unhappy?

 

As with most things, you need to understand your own Emotional reactions before you can understand others. Your self-awareness, your emotional management and social skills in context.

By understanding yourself better, you will be able with practice, to hone communication and social skills, handle conflict with confidence, improve dynamics with your boss and team, and get the best out of the people you deal with and manage.

Paul will also provide you with some useful hints and tips on how to manage yourself and others.

Delegates often have those lightbulb moments when they say – now I get it!

Come and join Paul, learn about yourself and have some fun at the same time and receive a complimentary TEIQue assessment and report.

 

After the session you will:

 

• Understand Emotional Intelligence (EI) and its value in the work environment

• Gain knowledge of the Trait EI assessment

• Be able to spot the Trait EI demands within a job

• Understand the value of Trait EI in coaching, training and developing people

Venue

Online (Zoom)
Australia

Organiser

InterACT-Global UK
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