ONE TO ANOTHER
This has always been a key skill for workers who need to collaborate and build relationships of trust with larger groups of people in different settings. Our emotionality and social IQ developed over millennia of living in groups will continue be one of the vital assets that give humans a comparative advantage over machines.
Social intelligence develops from experience with people and learning from success and failures in social settings and is mostly learned through life. It is more commonly referred to as “tact” or “street smarts.” We will be also using nonviolent communication as a tool to create a culture of compassion and tolerance, empathy, collaboration and conflict resolution. Nonviolent Communication, known more commonly as Compassionate Communication, is a way of connecting with oneself and others with a primary focus on empathy, interconnectedness, and honest self-expression in order to reduce conflict and increase connection. We will no longer need to use the language of blame, judgment or domination.
- Main Components of Emotional Intelligence
- Building Emotional Awareness, Control and Resilience
- Manage disagreements, difficult situations and interactions with EQ
- Nonviolent communication
- Neuroscience of Conflict and Emotional Agility
- Neuroscience of Motivation and High Productivity
- Creating Emotionally Intelligent Teams
- Assertiveness and Giving Feedback
- Strategies for Adapting to Different Behavioral Styles