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Thu, 12 Sept


Totara Room, CCS Disability Bldg

The Emotional Intelligence Toolkit

Develop your emotional intelligence skills and give yourself the edge in a VUCA World!

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The Emotional Intelligence Toolkit
The Emotional Intelligence Toolkit

Time & Location

12 Sept 2019, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm NZST

Totara Room, CCS Disability Bldg, 14 Erson Ave, Royal Oak, Auckland 1061, New Zealand

About the event

While Emotional Intelligence is a relatively new concept, the skills we associate with it have been around as long as humans have lived together in groups. Those skills that make up emotional intelligence have evolved along with humans. The need to cope, to adapt and to get along with each other has always been crucial to the survival of humans living in societies.

Reuven Bar-On, who created the EQi and EQi 2.0 model of emotional intelligence defined it as ‘an array of non-cognitive skills that influence one’s ability to succeed in coping with environmental demands and pressures.'

Recent research has suggested that Emotional Intelligence is one of the best known predictors of human performance.

The importance of Emotional Intelligence in the workplaces is increasingly becoming recognised by employers everywhere, worldwide.

This one-day workshop will help you equip yourself with essential Emotional Intelligence skills by giving you an EQ Tool Kit. We will use the EQi 2.0 model of emotional intelligence and the 15 scales it represents.

Tangible Outcomes

  • Learn core skills to boost your own emotional intelligence capabilities
  • Develop techniques to perceive, understand and leverage your emotions in a positive way
  • Increase your capability to manage your own and others' emotions and behaviour
  • Commit to an action plan for your own emotional skill development

Who is this for?

Anyone who wants to learn how to become more emotionally resilient and effective at work


  • Special Price

    Special price until the 28th of August.

    Sale ended



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