the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one's emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically.
Improving well-being improves performance
– it’s as simple as that.
Why Emotional intelligence is needed
more than ever before in the workplace
Many organizations have realized that, to stand out in today’s competitive business world, they need not only academic skills but also (and especially) emotional intelligence (EI). The truth is, workplaces shape wellbeing every day – for better or for worse – by the way employees are treated and treat others. Workplace mental health can be affected by a range of issues, including work-related stress, workplace bullying and work-life balance.
What if I told you that there is a direct correlation between emotional health and performance? Studies have shown that when employees care for their health and cultivate their emotional intelligence their performance is at its peak (also called being in the “flow”). In fact, 80% of top performers had high EI scores.
Take a moment now to think about how your organization tends to your team's emotional and mental health? Now ask yourself if it’s enough.
Can you say that every single team member is very self-aware of their emotions and that of others? That they understand the impact their emotions can have on their performance and those of others? Can you say that managers are always capable of making the best decisions or capable of constantly motivating their teams? How is stress managed and regulated within team dynamics?
Those are all aspects of Emotional Intelligence (EI). All more important than IQ when it comes to the overall well-being and performance of an organization. Simply because emotions not only affect the way people think and act but also influence judgment and information processing.
Enhancing Emotional intelligence in the workplace always begins by improving everyone’s EI. In other words, having all team members cultivate self-awareness, stress management, decision-making and interpersonal skills.
Lisa Stott, Emotional Intelligence Coach, created a Heart-Centered business model that places Emotional Intelligence and wellbeing at its core. The model is solidified by Universal pillars (Science and Education) and Individual pillars (Skill development and Self-discovery)
Please contact us for a quote. The cost will may vary depending on a variety of factors such as timing, place, number of people, etc.
Cultivate your Emotional Intelligence,
Harness the power of emotions to develop emotional intelligence and well-being while increasing performance levels.
This subject is offered in the following ways:
Conference (1 hr)
Customized Workshop (about 2-3 hours)
In-depth Emotional Intelligence Lab (over the course of 3 months)
Contact us today to obtain more information about each option and discuss which would best suit the needs of your organization.