Big ego and not willing to accept blame
Doesn't remove barriers to team member success
Lack of empathy and concern for employees
Won't ask for or listen to employee suggestions
Hasn't recognized employee accomplishments
Blames employees and others for mistakes and problems
No focus on the development and success team members
Inconsistent follow through on promises
Steals the credit for others' good ideas
Lack of transparency and trust
Doesn't provide feedback
Leading with Emotional Intelligence is an experience-based virtual program for newer managers and supervisors, emerging leaders and high potentials to improve how they respond to challenging people-related issues and situations during times of constant change.
Our programs are delivered in 2 formats:
Group coaching format over one month (cohort of 6-12)
Training format over 3-4 weeks (cohort of 13-25)
Each format incorporates bite-sized interactive self-study assignments, completed at the learner's convenience, interspersed with live virtual training or group coaching sessions and application work.
Filled with fresh curated content, self-assessments, and action planning tools, Leading with Emotional Intelligence is designed to help your newer managers and supervisors gain new awareness and perspective on the social and emotional aspects of relationships.
Delivered on our gamified Learning Experience Platform, each learning experience includes one DISC Professional Styles assessment, social community interaction, live virtual interactive sessions, pre and post measurement and more!
Leading with Emotional Intelligence enables your leaders to:
Be more aware of their own mindset, emotions and responses to challenging people and situations to remain productive
Consider ways to lead with a new, more emotionally intelligent approach, improving relationships
Use tools and strategies to adjust and regulate their emotional mindset in the moment, reducing stress
Program Dates: To be determined by your organization
Time Requirement: Equivalent to a full day of leadership development over one month.
Learn More: Contact Diane Kubal, email@example.com or call 630-548-4000
Two live group coaching or training sessions.
DISC Professional Styles assessment
DISC/EI Style Strengths and Challenges job aid
DISC/EI Style Developmental Goals job aid
DISC/EI Style relationship management tips job aid
Fresh curated self-study content including videos, self-assessments, exercises, reflection questions, worksheets and more!
Gamified Learning Experience
Experience-based virtual learning approach based on best practices to engage and motivate leaders
Social community interaction
Pre and post program measurement data to demonstrate impact
Post-training assignments, reflection and measurement after 3 months
Coaching tip sheet for the participant's manager for follow up support
Platform can be integrated in the "flow of work" via Microsoft Teams
*Learn more about DISC Professional Styles: http://discprofessionalstyles.com
"I think this was very helpful and will use the worksheets and action plan to help me in the future. I feel learning where I am low in emotional intelligence will help me to develop those skills to be a more effective leader."
"I think being more level-emotive in conversations will make my team even more confident in my leadership and knowing they have the right level of support from their leader."
"Thank you for all the great resources and session."
"I thought the content was balanced and paced well."
"I really liked the ability to participate in a variety of ways - annotation, chat or sharing our insights verbally. I really liked the content, and the course was perfect in terms of the amount of time spent to accomplish each mission. Great job!"
"The breakout rooms were fantastic. It gave us an opportunity to talk about the content."
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