Enhancing Emotional Intelligence for Stress Management


  • Presentation Length: 60-mins; 90-mins; Half Day
  • Participant Numbers: 15-500+
  • Virtual and In-person options available
  • Sessions can be recorded for internal use
  • Onsite training available globally: North & South America, EMEIA, APAC, LATAM
  • Languages: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, Mandarin, Arabic, Japanese, and Malay.


Stress is a normal part of life, but when it becomes chronic or overwhelming, it can have negative impacts on our mental and physical health. Emotional intelligence plays a critical role in managing stress and maintaining well-being.

In this workshop, we will explore the importance of self-awareness and self-regulation in stress management, and provide strategies for improving emotional intelligence skills in coping with stress.

Training Aims and Objectives

  • To understand the role of emotional intelligence in stress management
  • To identify strategies for improving emotional intelligence skills for stress management
  • To practice using these strategies in a variety of work-related scenarios

Practical Exercises

(included in 90-min sessions)

  • Self-reflection activities to increase self-awareness and understanding of personal emotions and stress triggers
  • Participants practice using empathy and self-regulation strategies in communication and conflict resolution
  • Participants practice stress management techniques such as deep breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, and mindfulness meditation


(included in Half Day sessions)

  • Mayer and Salovey’s Four-Branch Model of Emotional Intelligence: This model proposes that emotional intelligence involves the ability to perceive, understand, use, and regulate emotions.
  • Goleman’s Emotional Intelligence Competencies: This model identifies five key competencies of emotional intelligence, including self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills.
  • Bar-On’s Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i): This assessment tool measures emotional intelligence by examining five dimensions of emotional and social functioning: intrapersonal, interpersonal, stress management, adaptability, and general mood.


At the end of this session, participants will have a greater understanding of the role of emotional intelligence in stress management, and will have the skills and strategies to improve their own emotional intelligence for coping with stress in a variety of work-related settings.

Participants will leave with the ability to better manage their emotions, regulate their stress levels, and maintain their mental well-being in the face of challenging situations.