What’s it all about?
Literature suggests that EQ may be a better predictor of effective leadership and success in both work and personal lives than IQ. This is because a person’s ability to perceive, identify and manage emotions provides the basis for the social and emotional competencies that are important for success in almost all jobs.
This workshop provides an overview for developing EQ capabilities and why these competencies contribute to personal and organisational success. Participants discover how to make their emotions work for them by using them to guide their behaviour and thinking in ways that enhance their own and their organisation’s performance.
In this session we will explore:
- What is Emotional Intelligence?
- Own levels of Emotional Intelligence
- The four domains of Emotional Intelligence and their impact on working lives
- Creating a personal development action plan
This workshop is presented by
Standard Tickets: $99
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YOUR WORKSHOP FACILITATOR IS:
Barbara Clifford (The Time Tamer) assists busy, stressed professional people. She is a time management strategist and certified Stress Management Practitioner. She is on a mission to become the no.1 resource to help people to unclutter the chaos and break free from the shackles of overwhelm so that they wake each day inspired and motivated to work in peak performance and to live on purpose. She is sought after like a beacon in a sea of chaos to provide professional development in the business environment. She has spent over 20 years working in stressful, time precious industries such as film, hospitality and marketing while also juggling responsibilities of managing her family, business and career development. She is now able to enlighten other people how to take control, to simplify, to minimise stress and maximise time. Her professional experience has included contracts with small business, Not For Profits, Aboriginal Organisations, Media, Marketing, Aged Care, Universities, Health Services and Cruise Ships. She lives in Alice Springs with her husband and two children.