Develop An Effective Emotional Intelligence Programme For The Workplace

Nicole Le Maire, Global People Adviser

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4 Videos (9m)
    • Let's Develop An Effective Emotional Intelligence Program For The Workplace

      0:50
    • The Business Case For EI

      1:46
    • Developing An Emotionally Intelligent Business

      2:02
    • EI As A Transformation And Change Strategy

      4:44

About This Class

It has been researched that managers who understand the connection between emotions and actions and how one applies Emotional Intelligence [EI] to maximise effectiveness, have an advantage in organisations and are more likely to avoid communication mishaps, reach and negotiate consensus quicker and better, have healthier work lives, practice mindfulness and address negative encounters more effectively.


80% Of the success of individuals in the world of work today is down to EI competencies and with the increasing comprehension of the neurological and physiological underpinnings of EI and the focus on social and emotional behaviours, employers are seeking leaders who are self-aware and able to manage themselves and their relationships with others.

After taking this class you will be able to:

  • Reflect on the changing nature of organisations and your role as a manager.
  • Outline guidelines on how to use EI as an organisational change management strategy.
  • Adopting effective leadership behaviors and attitudes.

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Nicole Le Maire

Global People Adviser

Learning is important, whether you like it or not. That is where I come in, it is my work and passion to improve your business, people and... bottom-line.

My job is to help you and offer people insights in a transparent and understandable way. My diverse international (35+ countries) management and HR experience spans from start-ups to established organisations advising them through their stages of creation, growth, and stabilisation.

Check out my Blog on New To HR as well, with lots of management and people development articles.