The Emotional Intelligence training program extends for 2 days.
The theme for the 2-day program includes:
- Day 1: Self-Awareness - Intrapersonal
- Day 2: Relationship Management - Interpersonal
A) Self Awareness - Intrapersonal | Day 1
This corporate solutions program explores the details of Emotional Intelligence helping participants understand what qualities are required to develop EI and how to integrate them in one’s daily life.
The program goes into the depths of the Permission wheel in Transactional Analysis, a model developed by renowned figure - Gysa Jaoui. Her ideologies that display the concepts underlying the permission wheel are unfolded in an extremely engaging session.
Participants also learn to identify their emotional triggers by learning about the fight, flight, freeze responses. One also understands to manage emotional health using sound techniques to overcome stress levels. The session also makes one aware of emotions which are functional and dysfunctional.
Participants learn to work on the congruence of Thinking – Feeling – Actions, to find the perfect harmony and alignment in all. This corporate solutions program also ensures participants learn to deal with passive aggressive behavior and overcome defensiveness in their behavior. There is a strong focus on the ability to operate from the “Here and Now”.
A participant also develops higher awareness levels of how the brain functions and the communication levels that happens between the body and the mind.
B) Relationship Management - Interpersonal | Day 2
The second day of this Emotional Intelligence training includes a firm understanding of the process of Filtration - Deletion, Distortion and Generalization based on the Meta Model NLP. This NLP meta model is useful to learn and add a richer experience in language leading to enhanced interpersonal experience.
Participants also learn to develop empathy and understanding and ways of demonstrating Thinking V/S Feeling personalities. This model gives professionals a deeper perspective to their decision-making skills helping participants make empowering choices.
The session is also aimed at understanding the importance of strokes which is inspired from Transactional Analysis. The goal is awareness with deeper levels of one’s positive and negative strokes and its impact on the relationships at work and in one’s personal life.