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Emotional Intelligence

CONCEPT NOTE

Matrrix presents Train the Trainer program on Emotional Intelligence to create effective outcomes with the most authentic certification in the industry by Dr. Paras.

Emotional Intelligence (EI), an important skill in all leadership roles, is necessary for an individual at every stage of the career growth. Leaders with higher levels of EI are able to manage and control their own feelings and actions as well as influence people they collaborate with during their career span. Trainers with certifications in Emotional Intelligence by Matrrix have been ingrained with the highest levels of EI using the best tools and techniques in the industry. As a learner, the Matrrix Train the Trainer guide empowers you to be the subject matter expert while guiding your partners to learn how to use and apply EI in the most effective way possible building strong foundations at work. 

A trainer is equipped to learn all the aspects of Emotional Intelligence with a focus on self-awareness, self-management, and developing a better understanding of others while creating win-win relationships. At Matrrix, we train and coach effectively to nurture these thoughts as we partner with trainers and build strong Emotional and Social awareness. Matrrix imparts advanced Emotional Intelligence skills and best tools as outlined in the course details below.

The Matrrix Emotional Intelligence program for trainers is an all-encompassing solution for those looking to scale their skills and break barriers in the corporate world. Conceptualized by master trainer Dr. Paras, trainers can embark upon their corporate journey effortlessly with credentials by Matrrix, leading to a highly fulfilling career.

METHODOLOGY

The Matrrix Emotional Intelligence Train the Trainer program is developed to maximize a client’s personal and professional potential. Our methodologies used a systemized approach. We seek to develop 7 core competencies that bring massive changes to one’s EI quotient. Clients who have undergone the EI Train the Trainer program at Matrrix, have noted behavioral changes with a positive approach in their thinking, feeling and actions.

The process of learning starts with a pre-assessment program followed by a training program and is concluded with a post-assessment test.
The methodology is based on Adult learning process, aimed at reinforcement and retention of learnings such as coach-led discussions, group discussions, meditations, assessments, experiential learning and much more. All these form a part of the EI Train the Trainer program.

STRUCTURE

The Emotional Intelligence Train the Trainer 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

Outline:

This Train the Trainer 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 Train the Trainer 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

Outline:

The second day of this Train the Trainer program 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.

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PHILOSOPHY

Our Emotional Intelligence Train the Trainer programs are devised to bring a positive transformation in every client we partner with. We ensure all professionals are equipped to work around problem-areas while demonstrating the highest levels of EI. Professionals also learn to tap their own potential empowering themselves to be better leaders and effective communicator everywhere they go. Matrrix uses a step-by-step process where individuals develop a robust view about their self and their connection with others.

The philosophy of Dr. Paras, an ICF and EMCC certified coach, being to Inspire, Empower and Transform, are ingrained deeply into every teaching methodology offered by Matrrix. He leads the Train the Trainer program using a combination of techniques that best display his sound global experience spanning 14 years.

COMPETENCY

The EI Train the Trainer program includes a focus on developing these 7 core competencies for every professional.

  1. Self-awareness: The course ensures increased self-awareness and systemic awareness empowering individuals with the ability to observe and reflect their thoughts, actions, and behaviors on a daily basis.
  2. Empathy: Developing an empathic approach towards all with a deeper understanding of the ‘why and how’ people feel the way they do.
  3. Mindfulness: Develops a higher level of consciousness of the present moment and becoming mindful about self, others, and the environment
  4. Listening: Learns to listen to individuals and groups beyond just words (pays attention to body language, facial expressions, and tone of voice) with the intent to listen before responding. And, has a high level of attention with a non-judgmental attitude.
  5. Genuineness: Is in congruence with oneself with increased awareness of feelings and a flair to exhibit natural behavior.
  6. Interpersonal Relationships: Learns to establish and maintain a harmonious relationship with equal respect and sensitivity to all.
  7. Decision Making: Shows responsibility and awareness of beliefs and values and how strategies and environment can be aligned to achieve a congruence in thinking, feeling, and actions as a result of sound decision-making skills.

BENEFITS

The Matrrix Emotional Intelligence Train the Trainer program is a multidisciplinary learning approach devised to equip aspiring leaders to develop the best method for their professional life. It helps a professional gain meaningful insights to his/her own behavior and bring about a transformation benefiting self and organization.

A participant benefits in many ways with the Emotional Intelligence program. We list a few.

  1. Higher levels of self-awareness
  2. Improved regulation of emotions
  3. Great social skills
  4. Higher levels of empathy
  5. Increased wellbeing at work
  6. Great performance levels
  7. The capacity to lead and motivate in every situation
  8. The ability to observe and develop a clear clarity for the team vision

Our Emotional Intelligence Train the Trainer program is approved by the Iinner Universe Education Foundation. All participants will receive a certificate upon completion.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Program Details and Process

We offer 10 hours of mentoring for the BAC and the BPC program. Additional mentoring will invite extra charges. Please inquire with the Dr Paras Wellness (Matrrix) team before proceeding with the request.

Payment and Pricing Queries

Refund Policies

We are sorry, payments once made are non-refundable. Kindly read all the terms and conditions to know more.

ICF and CCUE Queries

The ICF as defined on their website is as follows: The International Coaching Federation (ICF) is the leading global organization for coaches and coaching. ICF is dedicated to advancing the coaching profession by setting high standards, providing independent certification and building a worldwide network of trained coaching professionals.

The ICF offers 3 levels: Associate Certified Coach (ACC) Professional Certified Coach (PCC) Master Certified Coach (MCC)

The International Coaching Federation (ICF) outlines Core Competencies that indicate the behaviors to be demonstrated by coaches. Programs that are ICF-Accredited need to follow the Core Competencies to adhere to the terms of ICF. Please view the ICF Core Competencies.

If you desire an ICF credential ACC/PCC/MCC for your chosen level, you need to make a payment towards the ICF Membership fees and application fee for the desired applicable credential. Please view the ICF website for additional charges. All additional payments for the ICF credentialing process are to be made directly to the ICF.

Here are the terms: Your chosen program needs to be ICF-Accredited/Approved. If yes, you need to provide the certificate at the time of admission to be eligible for the Become a Professional Coach (BPC) program for ICF PCC.

Yes, if you have applied for an ICF certification, then the same needs to be renewed every three years. The process is outlined on the ICF website as mentioned here .

● Completion of an entire 125 hours of ICF Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP). The ICF outlines the following: ACTP programs are required to provide 10 hours of Mentor Coaching over a three (3) month or longer period of time.Minimum of 10 hours of Mentor Coaching. These 10 hours should be integrated into the total program and occur periodically throughout the course of the training. Group mentoring may count for a maximum of seven (7) hours toward the mentoring requirement. The group being mentored may not consist of more than 10 participants. A minimum of three (3) of the 10 mentoring hours must be one-on-one mentoring. All Mentor Coaching should be completed verbally. The learner needs to clear the final assessment with the ACTP assessor. ● A minimum of 500 hours (440 paid*) of coaching experience with at least 25 clients following the start of your coach-specific training. At least 50 of these hours must occur within the 24 months** prior to submitting the application for the credential. ● Completion of the Coach Knowledge Assessment (CKA). PCC ACSTH Path ● At least 125 hours of coach-specific training through an ACTP or ACSTH program. ● 10 hours of Mentor Coaching over a minimum of three months to be documented on your online application. Your Mentor Coach must be a PCC or MCC in good standing. ● A minimum of 500 hours (440 paid*) of coaching experience with at least 25 clients following the start of your coach-specific training. At least 50 of these hours must occur within the 24 months** prior to submitting the application for the credential. ● Performance evaluation (two audio recordings and written transcripts of coaching sessions to be uploaded with your application). ● Completion of the Coach Knowledge Assessment (CKA)

Yes, the Matrrix BAC and BPC Programs are eligible to take learners towards the ACTP and ACSTH route for the ICF evaluation process. Please write to us at drparas@matrrix.in for details.

CCEU stands for Continuing Coaching Education Units. These units are accumulated by coaching upon the completion of the Continuing Coach Education. The ICF awards CCE units in the following areas as mentioned on their website. ● Core Competencies: Advanced coach training that directly relates to or expands upon the ICF Core Competencies ● Resource Development: Training in skills that contribute to a coach’s professional development (e.g., personal development, coaching tools or assessments, business building, or other material that falls outside the ICF Core Competencies) According to ICF, the CCE is an additional and advanced form of education and is meant for those who want to add new learning skills and/or those who desire to renew the ICF credential.

The ICF lists certain prerequisites that are necessary for Coaching and Training institutes to be eligible to offer CCEU hours. Matrrix is completely eligible for the same. For clarifications, please write to drparas@matrrix.in

Miscellaneous Queries

The Coach Knowledge Assessment test as defined by ICF is also known as the CKA and is used in the coaching industry to evaluate and measure the level of understanding and demonstration of required skills by the coach. The CKA uses various measurement techniques to understand if an individual demonstrates the prerequisites as defined by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) in the areas of coaching ethics, Core Competencies, coaching practices and conduct, and more.

The Associate Certified Coach (ACC ) requires100 hours of practice with 8 clients (min), the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) requires 500 hours of practice with 25 clients (min) and Master Certified Coach (MCC) requires 2500 hours of practice with 35 clients (min).

The Become a Certified Coach (BAC) program prepares you for the ACC Level of the ICF credentialing process. The Become a Professional Coach (BPC) program prepares you for the PCC level of the ICF credentialing process. BAC explores the ICF Core Competencies in depth to train coaches to demonstrate the same. BPC explores the ICF Core Competencies with additional training in psychological theories and NLP to prepare learners for the advanced level of coaching and understanding of human behavior. Both programs are ICF-accredited.

The ICF has the following requirements for the ACC ACTP path. (The data is subject to change; always read the latest update on the ICF website.) ● Completion of an entire 125 hours of ICF Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP). Check for your program’s approval below. ● 10 hours of Mentor Coaching over a minimum of three months to be documented on your online application. Your Mentor Coach must be an ACC who has completed a full cycle of the credential through renewal, PCC or MCC in good standing. ● A minimum of 100 hours (70 paid*) of coaching experience with at least eight clients following the start of your coach-specific training. At least 25 of these hours must occur within the 24 months** prior to submitting the application for the credential. ● Completion of the Coach Knowledge Assessment (CKA). ACC ACSTH Path ● At least 60 hours of coach-specific training through an ACTP or ACSTH program. Check for your program’s approval below. ● 10 hours of Mentor Coaching over a minimum of three months to be documented on your online application. Your Mentor Coach must be an ACC who has completed a full cycle of the credential through renewal, PCC or MCC in good standing. ● A minimum of 100 hours (70 paid*) of coaching experience with at least eight clients following the start of your coach-specific training. At least 25 of these hours must occur within the 24 months** prior to submitting the application for the credential. ● Performance evaluation (audio recording and written transcript of a coach session to be uploaded with your application). ● Completion of the Coach Knowledge Assessment (CKA).

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