Management is an art. No one with practical contacts with management is likely to contest that statement. Just like there are many different managers and situations, there is also a variety of different management styles. However, successful managers do have something in common. Daniel Goleman calls it emotional intelligence (EQ). Although his views are considered obsolete, they deserve a closer introduction.
The training gives a thorough overview of the notion of EQ and a possibility for the participants to analyze themselves. When conducting EQ training, the knowledge that emotional intelligence can be developed during a person’s lifetime is probably the best part. Systematic work yields desired results.
Target group: all employees whose work involves self-management, cooperation and communication skills
Results of the training
- Participants understand the meaning
and importance of EQ (self-awareness, self-management, motivation, empathy and communication
skills) and become able to analyze themselves based on this information
- Participants understand the necessity
of EQ development and the possible gains from this process on personal, team
and company levels
- Participants prepare a personal action plan for the development of EQ
This subject can be covered in the form of lectures, as part of a teamwork training or as a module in a managers’ development program.