Mastering Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
Tuesday, 5 – Wednesday, 6 December 2023 | 10:00am – 2:30pm AEDT | Online
Unlock the Power of EQ to Foster a Positive Work Culture and Drive High Performance
Emotional Intelligence is the capacity of individuals to recognise their own and other people’s emotions and how they impact relationships. It plays a crucial role in effective leadership, decision-making, and building strong relationships with colleagues and the public.
Research shows that leaders and employees who possess well-developed emotional intelligence (EQ) are more effective in their performance, motivation, and communication compared to those who lack this skill. People with high EQ are adept at understanding the underlying motivations of others, making them better equipped to effectively lead and improve performance in their teams, divisions, and companies.
The good news is that EQ can be learned! This course is designed to provide you with effective strategies to recognise, understand, and manage your own emotions and the emotions of others to enhance decision-making, improve behaviour, and foster high performance within your workplace.
This course has been developed for leaders and managers of all levels who want to learn strategies to develop and/or enhance their EQ and support their team members to do the same.
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for professionals from management through senior leadership, in charge of transforming all three levels of government including:
Learning and development practitioners and HR leaders
Anyone looking to engage teams and individuals more effectively
Managers and leaders who would benefit from stronger interpersonal skills or self-awareness
Grasp and apply self-management, self-awareness, self-regulation, self-motivation, and empathy ideas
Leverage mindset tools to maximise success in
uncertain and changing situations
Learn practical ways for reducing conflict and
increasing cohesion, motivation, and engagement
Develop an action plan for personal growth and ongoing development of emotional intelligence skills
Introduction to Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
- What is EQ and what does it mean in the workplace?
- Understanding the impact of emotions in the workplace
- Benefits of EQ
- Four Branch model of EQ
- Recognising emotions
- Understanding emotions
- Reasoning using emotions
- Managing Emotions
- Major categories of emotions
- What it is and why it is important
- Managing stress
- Dealing with uncomfortable situations
- Managing reactions to other people’s emotions
- Identifying the underlying issue
- Recognising and managing your emotional reaction
- Key aspects of EQ
- Social Awareness
- Relationship management
- Communication Skills
- Being explicit
- Body language
- Cultivating EQ in the workplace
- Role modelling
- Social learning
- Behavioral styles
- Managing different personality styles
- How people react differently to the same situation
- Managing conflict
- Personal Development
- Feedback and reflection exercise to complete in your own
Meet Your Facilitator
Human Resources and Training Consultant
Kerri Wellington is a highly experienced Human Resources and Training Professional who specialises in developing and supporting emerging leaders and managers to develop and maintain an effective, productive, and healthy workplace.
She has worked with a variety of SMEs and government agencies, including not-for-profits and blue-chip organisations. In addition to her over 10 years of experience as a Human Resources Manager, she is an experienced conference facilitator, keynote speaker and trainer.
Her experience is supported by a Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management, Diploma of Vocational Education and Training, Diploma of Training Design and Development, and a Diploma of Quality Auditing. Kerri is a very personable and energetic presenter who engages with her audience in a relaxed and interactive manner to enhance learning and encourage active questioning.