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How to effectively regulate your own emotions and interpret the emotions of others in professional situations?

„Eighty percent of decisions are made under the influence of emotions, as indicated by the latest research in the field of neuroscience and brain functioning.” Dan Hill

In the next five years, the demand for skills arising from emotional maturity will be up to six times greater than it is currently. In the coming years, skills such as self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management will also become increasingly significant. The feelings we experience have a significant impact on the decisions we make. Properly interpreting the emotions of others helps in resolving conflicts and issues wisely. Why is it worth developing emotional intelligence regardless of age, and why is it so important in business? Emotions have a tremendous influence and play a very important role in our work environment, from collaboration to decision-making and communication, where we often spend most of our day. Emotional Intelligence in the workplace is truly important because we experience a multitude of emotions at work. It is these emotions that drive behavior, and behavior affects effectiveness. Therefore, it is essential to be able to read the emotions of others in the workplace. Additionally, recent studies suggest that 90% of successful people have high emotional intelligence. On the other hand, only 20% of unsuccessful people can boast such a result. According to other researchers, high emotional intelligence predicts in 75% whether a person will succeed. Emotional intelligence in business consists of personal and social competencies as well as decision-making ability, assertiveness, flexibility, stress resilience, empathy, teamwork, presentation, communication, building trust, anger management, and integrity.
EQ-i 2.0 is one of the best online psychometric tools in the world that measures your level of emotional intelligence accurately and reliably. It is the result of decades of research work on supporting the development of human potential.

For whom?

  • For Individuals
  • For Leaders and Business Owners
  • For Teams

What will you learn from me during the meeting?

  • Why it’s valuable to accurately name your own emotions and feelings?
  • How to work with your own psyche?
  • Which relaxation techniques can support you?
  • How to leverage emotions as a “lever” for good business results, using the example of emotionomics?
  • What are the roles of emotions and their neuroanatomy?
  • Who bears the costs of emotional illiteracy in the workplace?
  • How to recognize situations that trigger intense emotional reactions?
  • How to become socially competent?
  • Why it’s important to appreciate and recognize emotions in other people?
  • What are the social consequences of emotional expression or its absence?
  • What are the hidden dynamics, deep patterns, and resources in relationship systems?
  • How to perceive emotions in terms of business opportunities?

When is knowledge in the field of emotional and social intelligence particularly useful?

  • When you want to understand the impact of your own emotions on the emotions of your employees, clients, and business partners
  • When you want to learn to differentiate and name your own and others’ feelings
  • When you want to understand and predict your emotional reactions in various situations
  • When you need to identify thought patterns that lead to your negative emotions
  • When you want to know what to do when experiencing intense emotions, especially negative ones, so they don’t affect others
  • When the moods and emotions of employees have a destructive impact on work results, decision-making, creativity, turnover, teamwork, negotiations, and leadership
  • When unacknowledged and unprocessed emotions affect engagement and motivation in the workplace
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