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Duration

2 days

Tuition

$2,450

 

Dec 8-Dec 9

Commitment

Part-Time

Delivery

Live Online

Year Founded

1966

Scholarships

no

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) refers to a set of emotional and social skills that influence the way we perceive and express ourselves, develop and maintain social relationships, cope with challenges and use the information in emotions in meaningful ways. This EQ training program explores how you can leverage 15 EQ competencies and apply current EQ tools and techniques to enhance performance and productivity in your organization. You will learn how to increase your leadership capacity and overall performance by benchmarking, leveraging and setting plans for intentionally developing your EQ.

What You’ll Learn

  • Complete the five stages towards assessment, strategic engagement and targeted development of your own EQ to more effectively address your workplace challenges.
  • Define the critical role of your EQ in today’s increasingly complex and changing working relationships.
  • Assess why emotional competencies are “essential capabilities” for anyone who manages or leads.
  • Conduct a self-assessment to pinpoint your EQ management strengths and growth edges, then create a customized development plan.
  • Learn how to engage EQ skill and competency practices to achieve dramatic improvements in employee attitude and performance levels.

Participants in this emotional intelligence training course will master the five skill stages to develop their own EQ and the emotional competencies of their staff:

  • Setting the stage – understanding EQ.
  • Self-awareness and self-management competencies.
  • Putting the power of EQ into coaching, collaboration and positive influence.
  • Strategic leadership – applying EQ to address your workplace challenges.
  • Moving forward – setting clear action plans for ongoing EQ engagement.

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Student Reviews (5)

Schulich School of Business

Superb late-career transition opportunity

Aviva Lopez

Toronto • August 25, 2022

Graduated From

Kellogg Executive MBA Global Network

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars

After working as in-house counsel for a decade, I decided I wanted to go into private practice. I enjoyed law but fatigue was setting in and I wasn't learning the way I used to. The Kellogg-Schulich EMBA accelerated my transition into the c-suite. The ...

After working as in-house counsel for a decade, I decided I wanted to go into private practice. I enjoyed law but fatigue was setting in and I wasn't learning the way I used to. The Kellogg-Schulich EMBA accelerated my transition into the c-suite. The students are incredibly diverse and have brilliant perspectives to share on leadership and management. And the name recognition of Kellogg, a prestigious US brand, doesn't hurt. I didn't appreciate this when I enrolled, but the joint US-Canadian credential opened new doors for me in the States, where I now work as an executive for an e-commerce company. Brilliant people, superb name recognition, and phenomenal students and professors -- many of whom are now colleagues. That's what you can expect from this global program.

Schulich School of Business

Punching above its weight class

Anonymous

Toronto • December 10, 2021

Graduated From

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

Overall:

4 out of 5

Instructors:

4 stars

Curriculum:

4 stars

Job Assistance:

4 stars

Schulich's may not have the name recognition that Rotman or Smith has, but the students that graduate are no less knowledgable or capable.

Some of the grads have even earned positions at companies like Microsoft.

The school has an avera...

Schulich's may not have the name recognition that Rotman or Smith has, but the students that graduate are no less knowledgable or capable.

Some of the grads have even earned positions at companies like Microsoft.

The school has an average payback period for MBA students of 3 and a half years, that is the fourth best timeframe in the world!

Plus, getting to study in Toronto is a plus thanks to an abundance of world class food choices.

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