Emotional intelligence

Being emotionally intelligent is a significant contributor to both personal and corporate success.

Emotional Intelligence is the ability to understand your effect on others and manage yourself accordingly.

As the pace of technological evolution accelerates and the traditional role of professionals changes, the need to develop strong ‘human’ skills has become even more paramount. Building and nurturing trusting relationships, the ability to communicate and contextualise events and being able to adapt personal styles are now essential skills. Emotional Intelligence is at the heart of them all.

5 Key Traits

  • Self Awareness
  • Self control
  • Empathy
  • Social Skills
  • Motivation and tenacity

By inspiring others, emotionally intelligent leaders can ignite discretionary effort on the part of their teams to boost productivity and spur higher levels of employee engagement.

Typical content

  • Understand what is meant by the term Emotional Intelligence (EI)
  • Consider people who have EI and the impact they have
  • Explore each of the constructs of EI and associated competencies
  • Self – Awareness and self- regulation
  • Social skill and empathy
  • Motivation and iIdentifying how different emotions affect behaviours
  • Identify practical tools and strategies to use in communication
  • Develop a personal action plan

Our solution is designed to build confidence and develop stronger management and leadership skills. EI is a learnable skill and improvement is tangible with relationships and results from team members.

Email: kate@thegrogroup.com or call to discuss the improvements you want to see on 01892 610060