$1,695 + taxes
Two days - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Four half days - 9 a.m. to noon
The concept of emotional intelligence was first introduced by Salovey and Mayer in 1990 to describe a type of human intelligence that involves perceiving and managing emotions and using that knowledge to adapt to your environment. There are two main components to emotional intelligence: personal competence and social competence. The former is the ability to recognize your own emotions and control your response to a given situation. The latter involves being aware of others’ emotions so you can build stronger social and professional relationships.
People with high emotional intelligence are generally seen as leaders in a workplace context. Working with emotionally intelligent people tends to have a positive effect on employees’ psychological well-being and engagement.
This seminar will enable you to acquire and fine-tune skills related to emotional intelligence and easily integrate them into your professional life. Using an emotional skills assessment, participants will identify their strengths and areas for improvement in order to take their leadership to the next level.
Participants will receive the results of the following test as part of the course:
1. Emotional intelligence: Key concepts
2. Emotional intelligence: Developing emotional skills
Self-assessment: Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT)
4. Managing professional relationships
Through practical and reflection exercises along with real-life case studies, participants will have the opportunity to hone the skills necessary for managing their emotional intelligence and improving their professional interactions. They will return to their jobs ready to put their new skills to work building positive relationships and contributing to team performance and well-being in the workplace.
Participants in all of our seminars will receive a certificate of completion from Executive Education HEC Montréal.
This program is not intended for individuals seeking to resolve personal issues, as its content and focus are educational rather than therapeutic.
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