Developing Emotional Intelligence in the workplace

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The nature and impact of Emotional Intelligence (EI) in the workplace has been researched and studied ever since Daniel Golemans’ book ‘Emotional Intelligence: why it can matter more than IQ’ was published in 1996.

A recent paper by PSI, explores where and how EI can add value in 4 key areas; performance, wellbeing, engagement and leadership and whether EI can be developed. The evidence suggests that for those organisations who prioritise EI either as a standalone programme or as part of a wider leadership development programme, cultural shift or in response to employee engagement surveys, reap the benefits that this training brings.

Using the latest in proven EI research and tools, Bodhi Consultancy works with organisations to implement Emotional Intelligence programmes developing trusted, agile leaders and a capable and engaged workforce.

Get in touch to explore how EI can make a difference to recovery and growth in your business.

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