Emotional intelligence is a vital competence for any leader. After all, what good is charting the best strategy in the world if no one will follow? Studies show that emotional intelligence is a key differentiator between effective leaders and those who are not. The good news is that unlike IQ, emotional intelligence or EQ can be learned.
Adult learning is different from teaching children. Adults need to understand why they need to acquire a skill before they will invest themselves in learning it. Once adults are motivated to learn something, they will take the time and make the effort to learn it. My seminars focus on working with attendees to understand why it is important.
I offer half and full day seminars that help attendees to understand the importance of emotional intelligence, and skill development. Please contact me for details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I also work with clients individually to help them to understand the importance of emotional intelligence and to take them through a program of skill development. This is often a major part of my executive development and leader assimilation programs. Programs focusing on the development of emotional intelligence are typically at least three months long, depending on the client.