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Emotional Intelligence Speakers
One of the major factors in workplace performance, emotional intelligence weighs in on our ability to address situations in a way that empowers others. Effectively handling emotions and managing relationships play a role in developing a positive and productive working environment. Emotional intelligence, or EI, can be broken down into pillars, as described by American psychologist, Daniel Goleman; self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skills.
Emotional intelligence speakers can help employees to understand the importance of showing compassion and interest in their colleagues in order to support growth and inspire creativity. We work with many mentors who have helped countless people form better emotional connections with their colleagues, with the end result of increased performance, a happier more well-rounded mindset and positive company culture.
Why Should I Book An Emotional Intelligence Speaker?
No matter the age, profession or demographic, emotional intelligence is a highly underdeveloped skill. Though humanity has developed technologically, we have neglected to improve upon our social and emotional capabilities - put simply, we are still monkeys who learnt how to use computers. From the first year we enter education, emotional intelligence should be firmly positioned on the curriculum, in order to nurture empathy and social skills before we leave for the working world. If a workforce lacks emotional intelligence, they are more likely to be impulsive, temperamental and unpredictable, all characteristics that hold success back.
Emotional intelligence speakers can highlight the value of EI, discuss how it can benefit a company and teach audiences strategies to improve emotional self-awareness. This will improve employee wellbeing and communication, ultimately reducing the negative personal characteristics that may hold your company back and promote positive wellbeing.
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