Emotional Intelligence for Faculty
Emotional Intelligence (EI) is the ability to control one’s own emotions as well as how one’s emotions affect those around them. As educator and faculty members it is important to understand the impact one’s emotions have on those around them. It is also important to understand the display and use of emotions in our environment. As the world is changing and students have access to more information than in the past it is often difficult for them to process their feelings about one thing, before being confronted with another.
Students look to the adults in their lives to lead by example in the management and interaction with emotional events. Their emotional baggage is carried from one life event to another and at times can make it difficult to focus or comprehend information being presented to them. The weight of being an emotional support person to students at the school combined with the pressures of life outside of the school can seem overwhelming. EI is a skill, a practice and eventually a habit that can be used to focus one’s efforts, motivate others, and effectively reach personal and professional goals.
EI Battles Bullying
Emotional Intelligence (EI) is the ability to control one’s own emotions as well as how one’s emotions affect those around them. Bullying thrives on the loss of emotional control for the attacker, victim, and bystanders. By equipping children with tools and resources to understand and control the display of their feeling we are creating safer schools, programs, and ultimately a safer world. My EI training is fun, engaging, and interactive.
Challenging students to recognize problems and assist in creating a solution encourages empathy and critical thinking in their social environments. As the world is changing and students have access to more and more information it is often difficult for them to process their feelings about one thing before being confronted with another. EI is a skill, a practice and eventually a habit that can be used to battle and ultimately stomp out bullying.
Emotional Intelligence (EI) is the ability to control one’s own emotions as well as how one’s emotions affect those around them. The five components of emotional intelligence applied to the workplace can increase companies bottom line. The ability of employees to fit into the culture of a company is quickly becoming more important than an employees skill set upon entry. What happens when the older employees attitudes shift the culture or implemented changes cause a positive culture to turn sour?
Providing your employees with emotional intelligence training makes it easier to navigate change, interact appropriately in the workplace and cooperate with peers and leaders to achieve maximum results.
Small Group Training
The need for Emotional Intelligence is most evident in the interaction of small groups. If you are looking to train your management or leaders in intimate workshop-style sessions this is the right option for you. Each component of emotional intelligence will be covered along with industry-specific actions the group can begin implementing immediately. This empowering training will both encourage and correct areas where emotional intelligence needs growth.
Key Note Speaking
If you are looking for engaging, dynamic speaker to motivate, encourage and inspire your large event, look no further. Emotional intelligence is something that touches our everyday lives whether we realize it or not. It colors the way we communicate, determines the way we respond to adversity and pushes us towards our dreams. The audience is guaranteed to leave motivated, uplifted, and inspired.
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