FOR INNOVATIVE THINKING
day training programme)
leaders and outstanding entrepreneurs are not defined by their
IQs or even their job skills, but by their Emotional
Intelligence: a set of competencies that distinguishes
how people manage feelings, interact and communicate. Unlike IQ,
Emotional Intelligence (EQ), continues to develop with life experiences.
Understanding and raising your Emotional Intelligence is essential
to your success and leadership potential. EQ is the barometer
of excellence on virtually any job.
is Emotional Intelligence?
It is the ability to sense, understand and effectively apply the
power and acumen of emotions as a source of human energy, information
and influence. Emotional Intelligence (EQ) emerges not merely
from intellectual rationalization, but from the workings of the
human heart. EQ requires that we learn to acknowledge and value
feelings in ourselves and in others and that we appropriately
respond to them, effectively applying the information and energy
of emotions in our daily life and work. It is Emotional Intelligence
that motivates us to pursue our unique potential and purpose,
and activates our innermost values and aspirations, transforming
them from things we think about to what we live.
Intelligence has basic components such as:
Self-Awareness, which is the ability of an individual to recognize
and understand one�s moods, emotions and drives as well
as their impact on others.
Self-Regulation or the ability to control or redirect impulses
and moods as well as the ability to suspend judgment so as to
think before acting.
Empathy or the ability to understand the emotional makeup of
other people and skill in responding according to their emotional
Interpersonal skills, which indicate the individual�s
proficiency in managing relationships and building networks.
Interpersonal skills also involve the ability to find common
ground and build rapport.
in the Workplace
EQ helps us understand how and why we react and respond to certain
events in the organization. It also helps us to appreciate that
our daily encounters are shaped not just by our rational judgment
and our personal history but are largely influenced by our perceptions
styles play a very important role in daily workplace interactions
How we respond to criticisms
How we deal with diversity
How tolerant we are with certain behaviours or situations
How we motivate ourselves and others
Success Factors for Individual & Corporate Transformation
The high EQ individual demonstrates abilities to pursue goals
with vision, perseverance and energy. Research has indicated that
the following emotional competencies contribute significantly
to predict success at work:
Influencing and Persuasion abilities
Conscientiousness and Integrity
& Innovative Thinking
The High EQ individual is able to release his/her creativity into
the workplace. In this workshop the participant is trained to
develop his latent creativity so that personal fulfilment in the
workplace is achieved. Topics to be covered include understanding
your creative self, gaining insights into blocks to your creativity,
removing blocks to your creativity.
of the Training Programme
training programme will help participants to:
Obtain knowledge of key concepts of EQ and its application in
Develop self awareness for better interpersonal relationships
Identify themselves with the corporate mission
Value the importance of commitment to the corporate mission
Learn to identify and develop emotional competencies such as
resilience, creativity, intentionality and interpersonal connections
Gain insight into emotional blind spots which cause interpersonal
conflicts & lack of creativity
Use their EQ to become more creative
The LEONARD Personality Inventory (LPI) helps to identify behavioral
preferences of individuals. The LPI is formulated based on the
Five Factors Model (FFM) of human personality. It is anchored
under the Types & Traits Theory of classical personality theories.
The LEONARD Personality Inventory is named after the acronym Let's
Explore our personality based on Openness, Neutral, Analytical,
Relational and Decisive behavioral. The LPI profile is a tangible
feedback in print form.
Benefits of Using the LPI in this Training Programme
How individuals benefit?
Personal improvement (optimizing their strengths
and overcoming their weaknesses)
Removing emotional blind spots
Improving leadership styles
Enhancing their Creativity
Enhancing their interpersonal skills
Managing disagreements/conflicts constructively
Understanding individual personalities in teams
and developing strategies to build effective teams.
Short-listing candidates for employment or
selection for special projects.
Coaching candidates in personal and performance
Identifying key elements for training in future
Leadership and Management programmes.
to Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
Profiling with the LEONARD Personality Inventory
EQ and IQ
preferred behavioral style
Explore your Openness, Neutral, Analytical, Relational &
the LEONARD Model
Skills for Innovative Leaders
the Neutral & Analytical combination personality
the Neutral & Relational combination personality
the Decisive & Analytical combination personality
the Relational & Analytical combination personality
Developing EQ Competencies
and persuasion abilities
Mapping for Innovative Leaders
training will be conducted based on the latest state of the art
interactive training methodologies. Delegates will be exposed
to a variety of case studies and expected to participate actively
and learn through problem solving.