Emotional Intelligence: The Core Competency to Success Recorded Webinar November 23, 2021
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The most successful companies and individuals are the ones that adapt their culture and communication around the key elements of emotional intelligence (EI). Many experts contend that EI is actually more important than the Intelligent Quotient (IQ) and accounts for 80% of professional success. According to Daniel Goleman, the developer of EI, emotional intelligence is categorized into four quadrants: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management, and all these help build and maintain healthy personal and professional thoughts, actions, and relationships.


Workspaces and companies across the world have identified EI as a defining factor in developing company culture, productivity, and increased results, and they are incorporating these practices into their professional perspective and strategic outlook. According to David L. Van Rooy Ph.D, the Senior Director, Global Leader Development of Walmart, and author of Trajectory: 7 Career Strategies to Take You From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be, “A correlation between EI and improved performance, and the validity of EI has held constant across the different performance domains, from the workplace to academic.

  • Building Self-Awareness and Accurate Self-Assessment

  • Emotions, Triggers, and Where They Come From

  • Managing Reactions and Understanding Brain Plasticity

  • Effectively Communicating Emotions

  • Self-Scanning, Progressive Relaxation, and Physical Stressors

  • Pressure, Stress Management, and Reduction of Anxiety

  • Intrinsic Motivation and Attitude

Emotional Intelligence: The Core Competency to Success Recorded Webinar