Does this sound familiar?
Teams are put together hastily to complete certain projects, without much thought on how members will get along with each other.
Team dynamics often interfere with work goals and emotions can run high when personalities clash affecting productivity and project outcomes.
Research shows that people work well individually but are unaware of how to work together in a team. By developing your employees’ emotional intelligence levels, it leads to a stronger, high functioning team. EI gives you a competitive edge over your competitors who struggle with lower performing teams.
Do you want to develop first-class teams that perform at high levels? Teams that:
Walking your talk as an exemplary role model for your people.
Clearly expressing your visionary ideas in simple language to inspire audiences.
Garnering skills to express how you genuinely care about others and helping them self-actualise.
Outcome: Understand the definition of EI, its value, and how Neuroleadership fits in to this picture.
Outcome: Improved awareness of your emotional state and how it impacts your performance as a leader.
Outcome: Gain a deeper knowledge of your story and how it affects you. Develop your ability to tell your story and share it with others.
Outcome: Ability to self-reflect and identify your own behavioural habits, strengths and weaknesses. Gain a deeper understanding of who you are and what motivates you as a leader.
Outcome: Ability to regulate your emotions and build healthy emotional habits that impact your ability to lead more effectively.
Outcome: Ability to identify your inner critic, and build habits to transform the inner critic into the inner coach.
Outcome: Ability to identify performance blockages. Build habits to increase productivity.
Outcome: Ability to make better decisions. Improve active listening skills
Outcome: Ability to identify the team’s emotional currents and power relationships. Increase productivity by understanding team dynamics and building trust.
Outcome: Develop your communication skills. improve the way you appeal to others and lead.
Outcome: Ability to manage conflict calmly and effectively. Make use of empathy and collaboration to resolve conflict
Outcome: Ability to become the leader that brings others om the journey and is full of empowerment.
Learn how to be empathetic towards different perspectives, and how to become a better negotiator
Learn how to manage stress in a healthier way and look after your body
Learn how to communicate with others by understanding and managing your and their emotions
Manage emotions for better physical and mental health
Become a better leader by using empathy and compassion to connect with others in the workplace
Learn what’s holding you back from achieving your goals and increase your self-confidence