Information and Booking

Trainer: Caroline Broad
Cost: Internal, no charge. Please check our cancellation fees before booking.
Duration:  1 day
Format: In person - South Kensington

20 March - 10:00 - 16:30

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This workshop provides research-based insights into the value and impact of embedding emotional Intelligence into how you manage and respond to the challenges of working in an academic setting.  An interactive and practical training that explores how to implement positive personal and cultural change.

Emotional Intelligence (EI) requires:

  • Increasing self-awareness
  • Employing self-regulation
  • Understanding individual motivation, and
  • Incorporating empathy and social skills with purpose

This workshop explores skills and techniques to help navigate the pressures, challenges, mistakes, and failures synonymous with today's academic working setting.

Who is it for?

Academics, Researchers, Technical Staff and Learning and Teaching Staff.

Learning Objectives/Key Areas

  • Clarify our values and motivations and how they impact how we navigate our professional decisions
  • Explore the research behind what emotional intelligence is, the impact it can have on responding to the difficulties of working in academia
  • Consider our levels of EI and the impact we can have on our professional setting
  • Explore and practice behaviours and habits that develop emotional intelligence
  • Be better positioned to navigate challenging situations in the workplace
  • Increase self-awareness and better manage our wellbeing
  • Employ self-regulation techniques