Equip yourself with skills, knowledge and attributes to develop your Emotional Intelligence (EQ) to increase your effectiveness at the “people side” of leadership
In this full-day workshop, participants will be equipped with skills, knowledge and attributes to develop their Emotional Intelligence to increase their effectiveness at the “people side” of leadership. A leader with higher Emotional Intelligence can manage his or her own impulses better, communicate with others more effectively, manage change well, solve problems quickly, and use humour to build rapport in tense situations. These leaders also have empathy, remain optimistic even in the face of adversity, and are effective at educating and persuading their teams in their workplace.
Participants will learn techniques and strategies that are essential for transforming them into Emotionally Intelligent leaders.
When your leaders are more emotionally intelligent, your company will witness improvement in performance, profitability and organisation climate as a result of improvement in trust, teamwork, planning & decision making, motivation, energy & drive, and interpersonal relationships.
This is a highly engaging and intensive, experiential and dynamic workshop packed with learning activities, practical exercises, laughter, fun and experience sharing.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
The Workshop is designed to include varieties of instructional methods such as:
One day, from 9:00 am to 6.00 pm with an hour lunch break and two 10-minute tea-breaks (am and pm).
|09:00||Introduction, Welcome, Ice-breaker, ground rules, goals & outcomes||Welcome, build rapport, relaxes the participants, set rules & intentions, and provide lead to topic.||Cluster sitting arrangement,
|09:20||Power of Feeling|
Emotions asset or liability?
|Discovering the secret language of feelings and apply it at the workplace||Mini-lecture, self-awareness exercise & debrief.|
|09:50||Define Emotional Intelligence (EQ)|
EQ is not…
EQ and IQ Fusion
EQ and Leadership
|Distinctions between EQ and IQ and your power of choice.|
Why EQ matters in organizational leadership
|Mini-lecture, partner sharing, debrief.|
|10:15||- - - Morning Break- - -|
|10:25||The Six Seconds EQ Model||Introduction to Six Second EQ Model||Mini-lecture|
|11:00||Emotional Literacy||Understanding the basic building blocks of emotional communication & meaning||Mini-lecture, class exercise & debrief|
|11:30||Patterns of Behaviour||Acknowledging frequently recurring behaviors happening at the workplace||Mini-lecture, class exercise, pattern recognition game & debrief|
|12:00||Evaluating Consequences||Evaluating the costs and benefits of your choices to adapt to the working environment||Mini-lecture, class exercise, role play, debrief|
|12:30||- - - Lunch Break- - -|
|01:30||Navigate Emotions||Learning to assess, harness and transform emotions as a strategic resource.||Mini-lecture, video viewing, class exercise, debrief|
|02:15||Intrinsic Motivation||Engaging energy from inside out. How and why do we motivate our employees to perform at their best?||Mini-lecture,
class exercises & debrief
|03:00||Exercise Optimism||Switching to a proactive perspective of hope and possibility. Exercising optimism at the workplace||Mini-lecture,
class exercises, debrief
|03:30||- - Afternoon Break - - -|
|03:40||Empathy is Key||Recognizing and appropriately responding to others’ emotions.||Mini-lecture, video viewing, exercises &
|04:30||Project Work||Participants will be given a case study to work on||Participants’ presentation in groups|
|05:30||Putting them all together||Recap lessons learned.|
Important take-away and action planning. Create an emotional blueprint for your organization and a change in mindset
|Class sharing, class exercises, debrief|
|05:45||Debriefing Session||Questions and Answers. Suggestions, Recommendations and Feedbacks||All participants|
S$2,000 for a group of 15 participants
S$150 (1-day course)
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