Emotional intelligence (EI) has redefined what it means to be smart. Emotional Intelligence refers to our ability to understand emotions – the emotions of others and ourselves.
With a better understanding of your employees’ emotional intelligence, you can improve their ‘people’ skills which allows them to be more effective and productive. Self-awareness, empathy, leadership and resilience make up an individual’s emotional intelligence.
When your staff and leaders are emotionally self-aware, they are better prepared to manage situations and motivate others. Your organisation will benefit when they are able to perceive and understand their own emotions and those of their coworkers.
HR Culture is specially trained to offer Emotional Intelligence training to help your staff become smarter, happier and more productive. Through 'Genos' emotional intelligence assessments, we’ll help you measure how your employees display emotions in the workplace.
Each assessment will follow with a report of practical development recommendations. By offering your staff the tools and training they need to become more emotionally intelligent, you’re setting them up for success.
Key Concepts of Emotional Intelligence
- Emotions strongly influence workplace behaviour and performance
- Emotional Intelligence is just as important as intellect (IQ) in determining success
- High levels of Emotional Intelligence allows leaders to inspire staff to achieve more
- Everyone can learn and develop Emotional Intelligence skills