The purpose of this workshop is to build practical EQ resources in the team to enable them to become more self-aware, resilient, socially intelligent and ultimately higher performing
Ideal for teams who may be about to undergo significant transformation or during change and need to reconnect, build resilience and learn new skills. Teams who are heavily reliant on other teams and relationship management to be successful.
Team Performance Objectives:
- Learn the core elements of emotional intelligence
- Experience first hand practical skills to build EQ
- Understand the building path of EQ and how each step supports the next
- Inspire a next step to building greater EQ in the team
Empower your team to constructively manage the stresses and emotional challenges inherent in working with others. Expand their awareness of the practical tools they can use to remain calm, focused and effective. Using the practical EQ tools this workshop introduces will help your team push through the personal and interpersonal barriers to high performance.
About the Workshop Author
Sarah Friis is the co-founder and lead designer of Workshops4Teams.com. Sarah has an MA (Hons) in psychology and has spent her career both in consulting and corporate roles in organisational and leadership development.
Sarah is a professionally qualified facilitator with over 6000 hours of facilitation experience and 20 years expertise in workshop design. Sarah is also a qualified Human Synergistics Coach, Strengths Profile Coach, Trained Teacher of Mindful Self-Compassion, accredited Emotional Intelligence Coach (EQ-i) and accredited Design Thinking facilitator.
Her passion for developing high-performance teams and cultures led her to co-author The Power of Team – a practical guidebook for breakthrough performance and a highly acclaimed resource manual for leaders wanting to create great teams.
Bringing together her expertise in facilitation, team leadership and group psychology ensures that each workshop is a well-crafted experience – making it easy for anyone to build great teams.