Why attend this workshop:
Our brains are bombarded throughout the day with constant stimuli, any one of which can trigger one of the six key emotions or even set off a cascade of emotional reactions.
The latest research from the field of social neuroscience reveals that emotional intelligence is just as important in the workplace as cognitive intelligence. Knowing how to react with others, when to offer empathy, and how to manage one’s own emotions are critical for building productive teams and developing successful enterprises.
This innovative one-day workshop provides participants with effective tools to enhance emotional intelligence, to regulate emotional responses, and to build effective social skills. We explore the biological processes associated with arousal, investigate areas of the brain involved in self-regulation, and examine the role of attentional intelligence in managing emotions and attention. We provide the tools necessary to support your own self-regulation and to assist those you lead to self-regulate — through labelling, reappraisal, perspective taking, mindfulness, and attention regulation.
- Leaders, managers, supervisors
- High potential individuals aspiring to a leadership role
- Anyone who wants to increase their influencing skills and ability to manage complex relationships