Reframing Emotional Intelligence Into Emotional Competence
How This Shift Can Increase Your Effectiveness As A Leader
In this workshop, I propose that leaders focus primarily on emotional competence instead of emotional intelligence. I clearly outline the differences and clarify why focusing on ‘competence’ will help executives quickly become more effective and perform better as leaders.
This workshop focuses on 15 areas of emotional competence on which leaders can focus in order to enhance their effectiveness and that of their organization.
As a result of participating in this workshop, participants will:
- Understand the concept of emotional competence and how it relates to individual and organizational success;
- Discover the both the intra-personal and inter-personal skills that are needed to take enhance their leadership skills;
- Better understand the varied impact of their emotions not only on their performance but that of staff at all levels of the organization;
- Will explore the power of emotional expressiveness – from both positive and detrimental perspectives;
- Learn how to increase their ability to communicate and motivate others, based on understanding their emotions;
- Gain awareness of how to increase morale and inspire high performance and productivity;
- Learn to deal with leadership stressors and pressures more effectively;
- Discuss strategies on how to enhance their interpersonal relationships with staff and other stakeholders;
- Identify the link between emotional competence and effective decision-making and discover how to problem solve better;
- Will discuss how to use various assessments to gain insights about exactly what their levels of emotional competencies are.