Emotional Intelligence being pivotal to all behavior and action enables employees to reach out to customers with mindfulness, a positive attitude in tonality and expressions, eagerness to serve, resilience in the face of stress and challenges, empathy toward the distressed, and acceptance of diversity in culture and financial status. This advanced, inspirational training program gets the learners energized as it describes the benefits of and the approaches to developing Emotional Intelligence to create a positive experience for and collective growth of the people in an organization and beyond.
S.A Walid, Certificated EI graduate & Trainer, Country Director-Career Aid (UK-based education consultancy firm)
People who are required to work with, and through, other people to get things done.
Develop the mindset of practicing positive communication to inspire co-workers, while giving out constructive feedback
Manage the stress while working and handling a huge workload
Connect with every individual by being aware of their emotions and our own behavior expressing attention, care, and empathy
Understand the cause and effect of the behavior of oneself and that of others through emotional self-awareness
Create a positive environment of working together with colleagues.
What is mind
emotional intelligence (EI)
Mind, brain, and El
IQ & EQ
What are the types of emotions and what are they?
How El works
What is self-awareness & why
States in which self-awareness is possible
5 effective ways to increase self-awareness
Self-assessment for self-management
What is self-management and why?
5 effective ways to increase self-management
Chapter: Social Skills
What are social skills and why
Self-assessment for social-skills
Hypnotism for Communication
Self-assessment for self-motivation
What is self-motivation & why
5 effective ways for increasing self-motivation
Venue: University of Scholars, Continuing Education Centre (CEC), 40, Kemal Ataturk Avenue, Banani, Dhaka-1213
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