School Event

Emotional Intelligence for Engineering Success

Overview:

 

If you find you need to…

-              Juggle multiple stakeholders to meet deadlines

-              Manage shrinking budgets

-              Outwit competitors

-              Find the right resources for the job

-              Motivate people to deliver on what’s been promised

-              Manage a crisis

 

Then this course is for you

 

On completion of this interactive workshop, you will leave with:

 

·         An action plan to improve productivity in your daily tasks

·         The ability to better manage yourself and apply this learning to leading others more effectively

·         A “conflict resolution” tool kit to create a positive work environment

·         Self motivation skills to drive you towards achieving the desired results

·         A personality assessment for leadership to facilitate further personal growth

 

 

Content:   The Business Case for EI

 

      What is EI and why should you know about it?

      Why develop EI in Business? Case Study

      The Emotional Intelligence Framework

      Emotionally Intelligent Behaviours (EIBs)

      Performance in Context

      The Mystery of Human Behavior

      The Way We Are Wired – three brain structure

      What has EI got to do with IQ?

      What makes someone successful?

 

Content: The Doorway to Emotional Intelligence

 

  • Ladder of Inference Model
  • Personality Profiling and EI Assessment overview
  • Values clarification
  • Scanning
  • Triggers
  • Behavioural fingerprint (MO)
  • Action Plan

           

Who should attend:  Engineers; Contractors or Sub Contractors; Office Staff

Dates and Times:
  • Mon 9 October 2017  08:30 to 16:30
  • Tue 10 October 2017  08:30 to 16:30
Type: Course
Venue: Ibhayi Guest House, Port Elizabeth
Fee: R 5 117.54 excl. VAT
R 5 834.00 incl. VAT
R114.00 discount incl. VAT for CESA members
CESA Validation Num: CESA-728-06/2018
CPD Points: 2
Coordinator: Blessings Banda
Provider: Mila
Presenter: Carey Kurten