Program for managers and employees
Our training provides keys and tools to improve your team's efficiency and productivity through practical exercises, evaluations of knowledge
Good Emotional Intelligence
Success in life
Course content for Managers
Explore 12 comprehensive Emotional Intelligence modules, in 12 weeks or less
Balancing couple, family and work life with your EQ, as well as managing responsibilities and time management
How to use your EQ to hire (and keep) the right employees
Ethics in the business world
Multiplying with wisdom, as well as sustainable development and avant-garde entrepreneurship
Learning from failures to reach true success
Polarities in the business world, giving and receiving
How EQ can help us communicate well and be a positive leader, as well as EQ and diplomacy, and publicity
Solving work issues with your EQ, as well as understanding resonances in the workplace
Understanding memories to understand employees and leaders
EQ, mental health and the work environment
Introduction to symbolic language and how it applies to the business world
Dreams, signs and decision making
Course content for Employees
6 Courses, completable in 6 weeks or less
EQ, mental health, memories and the work environment
Balancing couple, family and work life with your EQ
Learning how to communicate with your EQ
Solving work issues with your EQ
Teamwork and EQ
How to be happy at work?
Better EQ, higher performance
How Emotional Intelligence (EQ) can make a difference in your business, by the numbers.
Emotional intelligence accounts for 58% of workplace performance across all types of jobs.
Goleman, D. (1998) "Working with Emotional Intelligence." Bantam.
Leaders with high emotional intelligence generate 20% higher financial returns compared to those with low emotional intelligence.
Bradberry, T., & Greaves, J. (2009). "Emotional Intelligence 2.0." TalentSmart.
Companies led by leaders with high emotional intelligence outperform those led by leaders with low emotional intelligence by +20% in terms of revenue growth.
(Reference: Boyatzis, R. E., & McKee, A. (2005). "Resonant Leadership: Renewing Yourself and Connecting with Others Through Mindfulness, Hope, and Compassion." Harvard Business Press.)
According to Six Seconds, an emotional intelligence research group, a strong emotional intelligence can help reduce workplace absenteeism by up to 52%. (Reference: Six Seconds, 2018).
Reduction of conflicts
A single emotional intelligence training can lead to a 50% reduction in workplace conflicts. (Reference: Six Seconds, 2017).
Reducing employee turnover
Organizations that have focused on improving emotional intelligence have reduced turnover by 63% (Reference: Gallup, 2016).
According to the American Management Association, emotional intelligence training has enhanced leadership quality by 42%.
(Source: American Management Association, 2018).
Executives and managers with well-developed emotional intelligence possess essential skills for creating a positive and productive work environment. The ability to perceive and respond to team members' emotions fosters open and empathetic communication. This leads to stronger relationships, increased trust, better conflict management, and inspiring, compassionate, and constructive leadership.
TalentSmart revealed in a study that employees with strong emotional intelligence achieve 28% more sales.
Employees who develop their EQ (Emotional Intelligence) are better able to understand their own reactions to daily challenges. By recognizing our emotions and managing them effectively, we can enhance our mental well-being, reduce stress, and increase our resilience. This translates into increased productivity, improved focus, and a strengthened ability to collaborate among colleagues.
“EQ training is a ‘must do’ training needed by all leaders in organizations. We need it personally for growth, and our employees need us to be self-aware of our emotional footprint on the people we work with."
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