What would it be like if your employees were happier and more engaged and worked better together?
The key is to embrace our human emotions.
Positive emotions help us think more openly and creatively, whereas negative emotions diminish our cognitive resources, narrow our thinking, and destroy our capacity to evaluate situations objectively. When negative emotions take hold, we behave in ways that are counterproductive to our performance and relationships.
Emotional Intelligence (EI) is rooted in Positive Psychology and describes a person’s ability to understand and manage their own emotions. Learning these skill sets is essential to a thriving business.
What are the Benefits of Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace?
Employees that have high EI are more impactful at their jobs and more resilient in difficult situations. This leads to:
- Improved well-being
- Increased productivity
- Higher profitability
- Increased customer loyalty
Improving Emotional Intelligence
Emotional Intelligence can be learned. Using assessments from the most well-recognized and respected organization for applying EI in the workplace, I help professionals better understand and manage their emotions.
The Genos Model measures these 6 Core Emotional Intelligence Competencies:
You receive two sets of feedback:
- How well you demonstrate emotional intelligence in the workplace in comparison to others
- How important emotionally intelligent workplace behavior is to the people you work with.
Each participant will also receive a customized action plan to improve problem solving, effectiveness and communication.
Contact me today, and let’s get started.