Emotional Intelligence 2018
Unlike other subjects, what we learn about our emotions does not get outdated.
Training directly influences a better working environment, and encourages greater individual and collective efficiency.
Due to its nature and, although directed to the working environment, what we learn is applied to our daily life. It produces benefits for people which go beyond job performance, creating the conditions needed for a better quality of life, which promotes a spontaneous interest in participation which, in return, favours learning and obtaining positive results.
Participants are not told what they have to do, but they are given elements and principles to get to know themselves better and achieve an emotional balance.
To know our own emotions and their effects, our strengths, weaknesses and possibilities.
To know the psycho-physical mechanism of emotions and their usefulness in our daily lives.
To learn about how the brain, the nervous system and the hormones act when emotions are triggered.
To discover the five (four at present) practical skills of emotional intelligence (EI).
To improve our communication through the principles of EI.
To control and modify our emotions to both increase the psychological well-being and physical health and to harmonise social and affective relationships.
To learn how to motivate and influence others to develop our leadership capacity.
To put psycho-physical techniques into easy practice to facilitate emotional balance and the handling of moods.
To learn about the power of beliefs (our own and those of others).
To learn principles and techniques for changing emotional habits.
Cognitive restructuring techniques.
Develop self-confidence and self-esteem.
Concept of EI
Benefits in different areas of life
The five practical skills of IE
The concept of emotions
The three levels of brain consciousness
Negative and positive moods