Emotional Intelligence Gets Bottomline Results



In results driven competitive societies, the bottomline is always what matters. However, success goes beyond bottomline thinking. Emotional Intelligence and results go hand in hand. 

Emotional Intelligence is made up of 5 skill sets — self-perception, self-expression, interpersonal dimension, decision-making and the ability to manage stress. It  is your secret weapon for succeeding in a changing world. It is about being a better version of You. It is about being a better leader.

Topic Take Aways


You will discover your path to personal excellence. Learn the emotional skills used to navigate everyday challenges of business and life. Research shows that 90% of top performers are also high in Emotional Intelligence.

Self Confidence

A strong sense of one’s positive self-regard and competencies enhances personal performance and team effectiveness.

Identify Leadership Blindspots

Learn how critical components of your EQ work together to balance and support each other leading to unleashing your full potential. People don’t know what they don’t know.

Emotional Self-Control

Keeping counter productive emotions and impulses in check minimizes destructive behaviors that can polarize teams.

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