"Authoritarian organizations tend
to bring out a lot of dependent employees
and only a few leaders.

Participatory organizations are
characterized in contrast by emotionally
and socially mature people, who are
capable of effective interaction, initiatives
and leadership."

Rensis Lickert




Leading with Emotional Intelligence

Duration: one day


Only those manager who understand their own feelings and those of others, are able to motivate people and lead them. Managers who thoughtless think and act impulsively cause a negative work environment.  They are inappropriate leader.

Manager and employees who know how to channel their emotions, are able to accept change without panicking.
These managers can achieve the established objective agreements successfully and without friction.

Executives and managers who master "Emotional Intelligence", possess the power of positive and constructive communication.

With the management tool "Emotional Intelligence" you can lend your team wings for their ascending process to higher thinking and implementation spheres.

The components of emotional intelligence (according to Daniel Golemann):

  • Self-reflection
    (awareness of one's emotions and actions)

  • Self-control
    (command of oneself, self-confidence)

  • Motivation
    (Ability to inspire oneself and others in any situation)

  • Empathy
    (Ability to put oneself in the position of others)

  • Social competence
    (Ability to lend an ear, to tolerate other people and to lead them in the direction of a win-win-situation).

Such features complement the formal education, analytical thinking and creativity of every person who aspires after leadership qualification and strive to successfully prevail in business.

In this workshop you will learn that the capability of Emotional Intelligence is a high level of management art.
Those who master this exceptional ability will lead their teams or their departments professionally and successfully. 

You come out of this workshop with a new advantageous management skill and your own personal compass that help
you to know how you run your business and lead your people successfully.

Worldwide trends in human behavior show that people in the developed countries focus on protecting their vested interests.

This phenomenon has to do with the mindset of the saturated people in the developed world. Unlike us, the people in emerging markets put their focus on growth and change, to constantly improve their living conditions.

In the recent decades we have brought prosperity in our developed world.
Today, we're full, cozy and become comfortable und to some extent arrogant. We even slow down our efforts to develop ourselves further.
Business globalization keeps us the mirror in front of our face. we just ought so look into it.

In the globalized world the achievements of companies and their leaders are increasingly judged by their contribution in social, economic and environmental terms.
This contribution can be found in their strategic planning  as well as in their corporate culture.

The topic of "Emotional Intelligence" of the leader, manager and employees comes into play.

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