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Emotional Intelligence

Become a more effective human being by learning to manage the emotions of yourself and others.

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Emotional Intelligence

Become a more effective human being by learning to manage the emotions of yourself and others.

Course Outcome

  • All about Emotional Intelligence
  • The 8 behaviours of the EBW model
  • How to motivate & influence
  • How to manage your stress levels

Emotional Intelligence

Become a more effective human being by learning to manage the emotions of yourself and others.

Course Outline

What is EI?

  • Introduction - What is EI?
  • Decades of research now point to emotional intelligence as the critical factor that sets star performers apart from the rest of the pack.

What is the EBW Model?

  • Introduction - What is the EBW Model?
  • The EBW model is a practical, work-based model of Emotional Intelligence that helps you to be better at it.

Personality Styles

  • Introduction to Personality Styles
  • Self-knowledge is a vital piece of the Emotional Intelligence puzzle. The more we know about ourselves, the more we can identify with others.

  • The Driver
  • Drivers are just that. They get things done, and they don’t have time to waste on small talk on minutia.

  • The Amiable
  • Amiables like to be measured by their relationships, rather than their accomplishments.

  • The Analytical
  • The Analytical is all about facts, figures and analysis. They seek data, and will often create methods and systems to categorise and organise.

  • The Expressive
  • Expressives get really excited at the start of a project, but can suffer from a lack of follow-through when the initial excitement wears off.

  • Personality Styles - Conclusion
  • Did you identify yourself in one of the four personality styles? Did you recognise aspects of yourself in each one? How about your stakeholders?

The 8 Behaviours

  • The 8 Behaviours Introduction
  • Here's an introduction to the EBW model. We'll be defining the 8 behaviors and giving tips about each of them in the videos to come.

  • Decisiveness
  • If you’re Decisive it shows you’re comfortable with, and eager to take on, responsibility. It shows we can trust your abilities because you do.

  • Motivation
  • Here we look at the three essential intrinsic motivators in the business setting.

  • Influencing
  • If you have a specific outcome in mind, it will help to define what you can actually influence and what you can’t.

  • Circle of Influence vs Concern
  • This film looks at the opposite of your influencers which are your Concerns, and what you can do about them.

  • Adaptability
  • The person with the most adaptable behaviour in a difficult situation can influence the outcome more effectively than someone who finds it hard to adapt.

  • Empathy
  • The ability to empathise with the people we work for and with helps drive powerful connections at work.

  • Conscientiousness
  • The ability to be more focused and present in the workplace leads us to make more emotionally intelligent decisions. But at work there are many distractions.

  • Stress Resilience - Emotional Control
  • The ability to manage workplace pressure and the emotions that go along with it is really quite logical and simple. This video takes a look.

  • Stress Resilience - Emotional Control Triggers
  • Knowing how to define your emotional triggers can help you resist stress, and give you more emotional control.

  • Self Awareness
  • In virtually every great entrepreneur, manager, and leader there's one quality that trumps all. That quality is self-awareness.

Examine Your Stakeholders

  • Examine Your Stakeholders Introduction
  • We’ve spent time examining your own Emotional Intelligence. Now it’s time to apply that same awareness to your stakeholders.

  • Audience Profile
  • Being able to flip the lens and understand your audience is key to showing Emotional Intelligence and Empathy. Here's how…

  • Relationships
  • How effective are your working relationships? Have you made a commitment to them?

How to use EI in the workplace

  • Reaction and Choice
  • The more you understand your emotions, the more conscious you can be of the choices you make when it comes to those emotions.


  • Actions
  • Phil Daniels a professor of psychology at Brigham Young University is credited with devising a process called Start-Stop-Keep that asks some valuable questions.

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