Duration: One day
- Define Emotional Intelligence and the role that it plays in group dynamics
- Identify the various aspects of emotional intelligence
- Explore the consequences of low levels of E.I in a group setting
- Understand ways of improving an individuals emotional intelligence
To whom it may concern,
I am writing this testimonial for Daniele Lima because apart from the Emotional Intelligence courses he has designed and run to great effect here at Bristol-Myers Squibb, I have also used his services with excellent results in a more pragmatic, one on one scenario where I needed a specific individual to understand the consequences of his actions both to himself and also in the context of the team and how it was effecting overall performance and morale.
I'm please to say that the discussions worked very well and caused both an increased awareness on the part of the individual and importantly, a change in his long held attitudes and behaviors.
I can therefore highly recommend Daniele in either providing course work to groups in this field, or specific coaching to individuals who are in need of having greater emotional insight into themselves and others.
General Manager: Technical Operations Australia
Sigma ‐ Australia
This is a quick note to extend my sincere thanks for the Emotional Intelligence training you recently provided to me and the entire Sales Management group at Janssen-Cilag. You put together a very tailored, specific and ultimately highly effective program in a very short time frame.
Your friendly nature and good spirit made the program thoroughly enjoyable and informative on the day.
I very much look forward to working with you again in the future.
William J. Hadjakis
Regional Sales Manager Victoria / Tasmania
Completing this program may* qualify you for the nationally accredited unit of competency: PSPGOV516A Develop and Use Emotional Intelligence from the Diploma of Government.