EQ LEADERSHIP- Managing with Emotional Intelligence
As you probably know, regular ‘intelligence’ is no predictor of positive leadership. There are plenty of ‘smart’ people who are unsure about how to motivate people or build positive teams. The ability to build engagement, resilience, loyalty and happiness at work requires certain people skills, otherwise known as emotional intelligence.
We all want work to be a positive and engaging experience. After all, we spend more time at work than with our loved-ones. However, according to Gallup research, only 24% of Australian workers are ‘engaged’. ‘Engaged’ means we feel positive, motivated and committed to team goals. Clearly, something isn’t working at work. If we want positive teams we can’t just keep doing more of the same.
Do you want to build positive teams?
Do you want to support staff through change/ stress?
Do you want to build a culture of wellbeing at work?