Emotional Intelligence and Leadership:
A Practical Guide
Emotional intelligence is a critical component of effective leadership. It involves the ability to understand and manage one’s own emotions, as well as the emotions of others. In this training, we will explore the role of emotional intelligence in leadership, including how it can impact leadership styles and effectiveness. We will also discuss the importance of self-awareness, self-regulation, empathy, and social skills in leadership, and provide strategies for improving emotional intelligence in leadership roles.
- To understand the role of emotional intelligence in leadership
- To identify the key components of emotional intelligence in leadership
- To develop strategies for improving emotional intelligence in leadership roles
- To apply emotional intelligence skills in leadership situations
- Interactive lectures
- Group discussions
- Practical exercises
- The training will incorporate theoretical concepts and research on emotional intelligence and leadership.
- Participants will have the opportunity to apply these concepts through practical exercises and role-plays.
included in 90-min, Half Day & Full Day sessions
- Emotional intelligence self-assessment
- Role-playing scenarios to practice empathy and communication skills in leadership situations
- Group discussions on applying emotional intelligence in leadership roles
(included in Half-Day and Full Day sessions)
- Mayer and Salovey’s Four-Branch Model of Emotional Intelligence: This model suggests that emotional intelligence involves the ability to perceive, use, understand, and manage emotions.
- Goleman’s Five Domains of Emotional Intelligence: This model highlights the importance of self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills in emotional intelligence.
- Bar-On’s Emotional Quotient Inventory: This assessment tool measures emotional intelligence through self-report and observation.
- The Four-Branch Model can be used to understand the different components of emotional intelligence and how they interact with each other.
- The Five Domains model can be helpful in identifying areas for improvement and developing specific skills in each domain.
- The Emotional Quotient Inventory can be used as a tool for self-reflection and identifying areas for personal growth.
At the end of this session, participants will have a greater understanding of the role of emotional intelligence in leadership and how to develop these skills. They will also have a toolkit of strategies for improving their emotional intelligence, which will enable them to be more effective leaders and better manage their own emotions and the emotions of others.