In a world where the number of people we work with daily has multiplied, understanding and harnessing human emotions is critical to being a successful leader. Emotional Intelligence, or EI, is the ability to understand and manage your own emotions and those around you. People with a high degree of emotional intelligence know what they're feeling, what their emotions mean, and how these emotions can affect other people. Emotional intelligence underlies our self-awareness, empathy, leadership and resilience.
This workshop will introduce you to the different factors needed to be an Emotionally Intelligent leader. It will help you to understand your own emotions and those of others, to enhance decision-making, improve communication and enhance performance.
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By the end of the Workshop, you will:
Understand the neurobiology of emotions and emotional intelligence
Know why emotional intelligence is an essential component of good leadership
Understand the science of self-regulation and apply evidence-based techniques to deal with stressful situations at work
Have increased personal awareness and be able to manage stress better
Foster positive workplace relationships and empathise, understand and communicate with others
Create a positive work environment for others and facilitate high performance.
Who should attend:
This training is relevant for any people leaders that are managing and leading teams.
3-hour interactive Zoom workshop – join details provided upon registration
Participants will need access to PC/Laptop with speakers, microphone and webcam
Kate is a sort out consultant and facilitator who delivers evidence-based and engaging training that challenges audiences thinking. Kate has spent over 15 years working in, designing and advocating for programs that enhance community wellbeing across various professional domains, including education, sport, corporate and community sectors.
With a background in elite sport, both playing and coaching, Kate is an AIS Basketball Alumna and WNBL athlete. She currently sits on the international faculty of the Neurosequential Network's NM-Sports Program, an evidence-informed program that focuses on building the capacity of coaches around engagement and performance in sport by focusing on how the brain works, develops, changes, and is impacted by developmental adversity, including trauma.
Kate facilitates programs that focus on leadership, well-being, trauma-informed practice and emotional intelligence and consults across a range of organisations. Kate is also a Lead Consultant with the Centre for Healing and Justice Through Sport and facilitates training in Australia and internationally, focusing on Sport for Healing, Positive Youth Based Sports Development, and Girls in Sport.