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Leveraging Emotional Intelligence (W010)

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Type: Online
Duration: 00:30 hours
Status: Archived

Effective leaders demonstrate a strong mix of emotional awareness, self-management and social skills, which enables them to navigate relationships successfully. This online self-paced course explores the domain of emotional intelligence and explains why abilities in this area are critical for leaders at all levels. Participants will acquire practical and positive techniques for developing abilities such as self-awareness, social perception, and self-control while also learning how to strengthen their emotional intelligence to be an effective team leader.

Topics include:

  • recognizing the importance of emotional intelligence
  • exploring techniques for developing self-perception
  • enhancing social perception through case studies
  • identifying techniques you can use to help control your emotions
  • understanding how to use emotional intelligence in the workplace

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More about this course
  • Topics: Government priorities; Personal and team development; Personal development; Respectful and inclusive workplace
  • Community: Directors; Employees; Executives; Managers; Supervisors
  • Business line: Transferable Skills
  • Provider: Skillsoft

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