Emotional Intelligence Training
This training is about developing emotional intelligence and skillful mental habits by learning how the mind and emotions function. Our emotions provide us with a stream of real-time, useful information that we often ignore. The goal of this training is to become aware of that source of information through experience and use it to our advantage. A session is designed to share a few key concepts around mindfulness and emotional intelligence that are backed by neuroscience, experience an exercise, discuss the experience, and close with homework to practice in between sessions.
While the sessions are very educational, most of the learning happens in the “real world” in between the sessions as participants try out the homework, interact with clients, deal with stress at work, and generally experience life. The goal of this training is to develop skills and change behavior, not deliver content. Therefore, training is best done live, in groups, and over a length of time. It is light on content and heavy on practical exercises and support to help participants create new habits.
Upcoming start dates
- United States of America
Who should attend?
This training course is intended for:
- Knowledge workers
- Company leaders
Learn what emotional intelligence is, the neuroscience behind it, and practical exercises through a number of modules:
- ATTENTION: any exercises with our brain or underlying emotions require our ability to focus our attention. Learn focused attention training to start developing the fundamental skill
- OUTLOOK: learn how to cultivate happiness and avoid the negativity bias EMOTIONS: Notice that we have emotions and learn to manage them
- HABITS: Learn how to incorporate exercises into our day at work and home INTENTION: learn how to orient our brain towards achieving our goals
- CONNECTION: understand our mind / emotions when interacting with others, and how to orient them to be more effective
The cost of this course depends on length and number of people. Request information to start a discussion.
Average rating 4.9
This did help me learn what triggers me by how I react and found that by working with "stop" specifically with work calls, and it has helped me to recognize and be aware--which ...
This has helped in my interaction with customers and coworkers
this is helped me sit, and just listen- rather than quickly responding.
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The Dynamic Leadership Center delivers mindfulness and emotional intelligence based training to professional services firms, technology companies, and the Fortune 500. They specialize in changing the behaviors of leaders and aspiring leaders so that they are more focused, more effectively...