The top ten employment skills are emotional intelligence skills
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The top ten employment skills will be emotional intelligence skills
“Overall, social skills— such as persuasion, emotional intelligence and teaching others—will be in higher demand across industries than narrow technical skills, such as programming or equipment operation and control. In essence, technical skills will need to be supplemented with strong social and collaboration skills.”
– World Economic Forum
1. EQ-i 2.0 Certification
Emotional intelligence skills can be developed. But to do so, emotional intelligence assessment is the necessary first step. With certification, you can help your team. Get certified to use the leading emotional intelligence assessment tool: the EQ-i 2.0 and the EQ 360.
About EQ-i 2.0/EQ 360Certification Course
The four half day EQ-i 2.0/EQ 360 Certification Course, licensed by Multi-Health Systems Inc., includes:
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- Online EQ-i 2.0 Self-Assessment
- Personalized EQ-i 2.0 Workplace Report
- Option to purchase the EQ-i 2.0 Leadership Report
- Debrief of your EQ-i 2.0 assessment with a certified coach
- Two day in-class course with comprehensive information and instruction on the administration, scoring, interpretation and coaching of the EQ-i 2.0/EQ 360
- Certification to administer and use the EQ-i 2.0/ EQ 360
- Two follow up coaching sessions with your EITC coach
- The EQ Edge: Emotional Intelligence and Your Success, by Dr. Steven Stein and Dr. Howard Book
- On-going support and resources from the Emotional Intelligence Training Company experts
- Access to EITC’s alumni community
- Combine EQ-i 2.0 Certification with the option of a unique third day course: Developing EQ
The fees, plus applicable taxes (depending on location), include all materials received before or during the workshop, meals and refreshments served during the training, as well as certification in the EQ-i2.0/EQ 360 from MHS.
Choose the third day: Develop EQ
When combined with the EQ-i 2.0 Certification Course, this one day Developing EQ course provides you with a comprehensive approach to the application of the EQ-i 2.0 Model of EQ to leadership training and coaching. This is also a unique opportunity to learn to deliver workshops/courses on emotional intelligence as it relates to leadership. We encourage and recommend it for HR professionals, coaches, trainers and consultants who want to take their EI knowledge, skills and competencies to the next level.
In addition to certification, you will receive the following materials in an editable format so you can modify these materials in the way that meets your needs:
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- the participant workbook
- course outline
- PowerPoint slides
- video clips and exercises from this course
2. Heart and Science of Leadership for Women
This three day intensive course is an opportunity for you to examine and build critical emotional intelligence competencies and leadership effectiveness. This will be an experience that takes you to the heart of what matters, supported by the science of effectiveness.
Whether you are a new or experienced leader, The Heart and Science of Leadership for Women will offer you a unique opportunity to explore and develop your emotional intelligence and leadership skills.
Enhancing EI skills can have a transformative impact on you as a leader – and can transform your other life roles as well. Using your comprehensive EQ-i 2.0 leadership report as a guide, you will learn about critical emotional intelligence skills such as self-regard, assertiveness, stress tolerance, and problem solving and how these correlate with 4 dimensions of leadership. You will gain insights into your EI leadership strengths and challenges and you will leave the course with innovative tools, best practices in leadership and a concrete action plan to ensure sustainable development.
Becoming an exceptional leader
The women who join our course have one thing in common – they want to become exceptional leaders. They want to handle challenging leadership situations with integrity and have relationships built on authenticity. They want their personal values to be aligned with the values and mission of their organizational culture. And they want their work and life to be integrated and balanced.
Do you feel like you are juggling multiple roles, responsibilities and expectations at work and in other areas of your life? Are you challenged by leading your team and influencing your organizational culture while remaining connected to your family and community? You are not alone.
Your leadership story
What story do you want your leadership journey to tell? The course gives participants a chance to say ‘This is what I’d like to share about what I’ve learned, my core values, important relationships, what I’m grateful for, who I want to become. This is the adversity I have faced and this is how it has impacted me. This is what shapes who I am today as a leader and in life’.
This course provide opportunities to explore, write and talk about your leadership journey. You will highlight significant learning moments, and reflect on lessons learned from your successes and struggles. And you will have the opportunity to say ‘This is where I want to go in my leadership journey.’