When hiring an emotional intelligence and wellbeing speaker, you are exposed to a different way of thinking. Being aware of other peoples emotions wherever you are is an extremely useful skill to have. Emotional intelligence and wellbeing speakers help you take your first steps to becoming emotionally aware of others.
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Emotional Intelligence is the capacity to be aware of, control and express one’s emotions and to effectively handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. It is therefore no surprise that Emotional Intelligence & Wellbeing are some of the most important factors within a business, sporting and working environment.
If you have ever thought your team of employees could achieve so much more than they already are, or if you would simply love to learn a more practical, efficient and superior way of maximising the effectiveness of your employees, then look no further than the Emotional Intelligence and Wellbeing Speakers that are available to hire through The Motivational Speakers Agency that will enable you to maximise the potential of not just your business but most importantly, of the people associated with it and inside it.
What is emotional intelligence?
Emotional intelligence defines a collection of skills that, when combined, allow for better leadership, interpersonal connections and teamwork. The term emphasises the importance of empathising with others, and the role communication plays in defusing conflict.
What are the five components of emotional intelligence?
Emotional intelligence is broken down into five components: self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skills. These traits allow people to connect with their emotions and therefore better empathise with others, leading to stronger social connections.
Why is emotional intelligence important in the workplace?
In the workplace, emotional intelligence allows for deeper interpersonal relationships. Team members form stronger bonds, as they can deescalate conflict and empathise with each other. Emotional intelligence also drives independence, as people can identify and regulate their own emotions. An emotionally intelligent workplace is commonly more motivated, due to such defining traits.
How to improve emotional intelligence in the workplace?
Emotional intelligence speakers are booked to improve wellbeing in the workplace, as their professional understanding of psychology instils a new perspective in corporate audiences. They build stronger emotional connections within a team and emphasise the value of empathy and togetherness over sympathy. EQ speakers also teach audiences how to regulate their own emotions, reducing conflict.