What, do you think, is the better precursor for success - IQ or EQ?
One's IQ score (Intelligence Quotient) is really a measure of the quality of education a person had exposure to, and is a poor predictor of how well someone will perform in any given role. On the other hand, EQ (Emotional Quotient) is the capacity to demonstrate self-awareness, self-understanding, self-control, motivation, interpersonal awareness, insight, and resilience. The competencies are often neglected in terms of their importance in the balanced and healthy functioning of an individual.
Our EQ course focuses on the following:
- What is EQ? - The various facets of EQ - How to apply EQ in my personal and work environments - How can I develop my EQ?
Why should I consider the Holistan EQ course?
EQ not only assists in development in the work sphere, but can develop one in their own personal development. Employers may want to consider sending their most precious resources, their Human Resources, on this two day course to achieve: - Effective teamwork - Resilience in stressful situations - Avoiding burn-out - Managing conflict effectively - Developing negotiation skills - Confidence in decision making - Effective problem solving - Self-motivation - Self-management - Self-awareness - Appropriate empathy and compassion - Influencing, energising and motivating others - Managing problematic employees - Recognising opportunities
Turn adversity into opportunity, and thrive in any work environment
The fine print:
Cost: Tailor made to your budget and group size Where: Holistan's premises or yours Length: Two full days Number of candidates: Minimum of 6 per booking Additional: All material provided, catering, as well as an accreditation assignment (success is required to be rewarded a certificate)
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