What portion of the decisions you make at work are emotional vs rational?
Most people say 20% or less. To some, the number might be 100% as everything could be decided emotionally and then people spend time justifying these logically.
This is because we are all emotional beings and cannot leave these emotions at home. Accepting and dealing with its ramifications can be invaluable to you and your workplace.
Daniel Goleman found that 67% of all competencies deemed essential for high performance were related to Emotional Intelligence (“EQ”). Also, one’s EQ mattered twice as much as one’s IQ for this high performance.
This ‘taster’ session will briefly cover:
- What is Emotional Intelligence (EQ)?
- Which three emotional capacities form the foundation of all skills and competencies?
- Why is EQ important at work?
- How does low EQ show up at work?
- How can one develop EQ?
About the Facilitator
Avtar Gill is the Head of HR, Learning & Development at GGC Consultancy, leading a team of 5 direct reports. His responsibilities include delivering HR related mandates across the client base throughout MENA and Asia.
Avtar has 20+ years of experience leading projects covering assessment & development centres, recruitment, learning & development, change management, compensation & benefits, incubating internal training academies, performance management, soft-skills facilitation, all aspects of succession planning & talent management, sales academies and nationalisation programmes.
A graduate in law (1st Class Hons) from Cardiff University, Avtar is a Fellow and Level 7 Diploma holder of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and a Level 7 Diploma holder from the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM). Avtar also holds certificates and accreditations from CIPD & ILM (including Coaching & Mentoring, Strategic Management of L & D and Master Facilitator), is an Occupational & Psychometrics Assessor, and is a NLP Practitioner and Master Trainer.
About the Moderator
Binod Shankar has 25 years of experience as a banker, auditor, finance director, entrepreneur and financial trainer. He now spends his time as a keynote speaker, blogger and podcaster and as an active volunteer on the board of CFA Society Emirates where he is the Career Services Chair. Binod is a Chartered Accountant, a CFA Charter Holder and holds a Level 7 qualification from the Institute of Leadership and Management in Coaching and Mentoring.