Emotional Intelligence (EI)
is the act of intentionally using emotions in guiding thinking and
behavior. It is scientifically documented as a key factor in
successfully leading ourselves and others in the work environment.
It involves developing an effective level of self-awareness and
management, promotes motivation of self and others, and uses
interpersonal competencies to communicate effectively in all forms
of workplace relationships.
requires the student to be knowledgeable in EI theory, as well as
encourages the application of Emotional Intelligence through a
variety of assessments and theory-to-practice assignments.
As a result of successfully completing this course, students will
recognize and be able to apply best practices in Emotional
Intelligence within an organizational environment.
course offers students the opportunity to:
the use and validity of emotional intelligence as a means for
professional and organizational success;
emotional intelligence theory components and self-assess to
recognize areas for professional and organizational growth
skills to apply emotional intelligence strategies to specific
The Basis of Emotional Intelligence
- Theory, Research,
ll: Developing Emotional Intelligence Competencies
Awareness of Thoughts and Behaviors
- Managing Emotions
III: Using Emotional Intelligence Skills
- Managing and
Assisting in the Workplace
$1290 per person. DiversityBusiness.com members will receive 10%
discount on all the courses.
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