Nowadays IQ is considered to be a threshold competency in the workplace; you must have a certain level of cognitive ability to perform in a role, but intellectual intelligence alone will not result in elevated professional success.
What’s needed is Emotional and Social Intelligence (ESI): the difference between good and great; the ability to recognise and understand emotions in yourself and others; your ability to use that awareness to manage your behaviour and relationships.
Without it, you can have a high IQ, a top class education, an incisive, analytical mind, an endless supply of smart ideas… but you won’t make a great leader… of self OR others.
Our BUILDING EMOTIONAL & SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE workshop takes self‑awareness – built from previous modules – and combines it with the latest thinking in biology and neuroscience, in an approachable, motivating, and practical to apply methodology.
… After all, why be average when you can be great?