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Use emotional intelligence to empower, energise, and engage your team

Cindy Jackway
Thursday, September 7th 2023

Emotional intelligence serves as a powerful tool for enhancing self-awareness, improving relationships, and achieving success. 

Leaders who possess a high level of emotional intelligence have been found to outperform their counterparts by over 40% in crucial aspects such as employee engagement, decision-making, and coaching. According to the World Economic Forum, Emotional intelligence was 6th on the top skills that were required in 2020. By 2025 those skills are leadership and social influence. EQ trumps IQ by a factor of four when it comes to identifying who will thrive in their respective fields. 71% of hiring managers prioritise EQ over IQ when evaluating potential employees.

These highlight why it is important to understand emotional intelligence in oneself and others, and why emotional intelligence is a key ingredient in successful leadership.

We have released a one day program that is dynamic and engaging where you will embark on a journey to develop an understanding of emotional intelligence and its transformative impact on personal and professional interactions. 

Join us on this transformative journey of growth and empower yourself and your team to foster positive relationships and to excel at your chosen endeavours.

Our dynamic and engaging course allows you to enhance your interpersonal skills, improve communication, and achieve personal and professional growth — find out more about our Emotional Intelligence in Leadership course here.


Cindy Jackway

Training Manager
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