Wednesday
Jun052013

3. The EI Institute: How we can help

  • Unlike other organisations, we have a passionate focus on emotions.
  • In a very practical way we get people of all levels, genders and backgrounds to discover how they can bring positive emotions to the fore.
  • This positive emotional energy super-charges productivity and builds emotional resilience.
  • Our aim is to promote real, lasting and positive change organisation-wide.

We provide the tools to help you:

  • Keep your cool so there is calm in difficult situations.
  • Replace friction with harmony.
  • Build trust and unleash creativity and innovation.
  • Inspire employees to willingly and enthusiastically go the extra mile.
  • Replace problem-reporting and unaired grievances with problem-solving.
  • Get all stakeholders on the same page.
  • Achieve strong and focussed teamwork.
  • Enable your top team and line managers to become inspirational leaders.

We go where others fear to tread:

  • To build emotional resilience, emotional health and to flourish - even under pressure.
  • To identify, manage and reduce unhelpful emotions such as anxiety, anger and frustration in yourself, your team and others.
  • To actually measure emotional intelligence: in your top team, line managers and individuals.
  • To develop calmness in difficult situations and with negative people to reduce stress and conflict, increase collaboration and boost customer service and sales.
  • To equip you and your team with the skills to predict, and account for, the emotional effects your decisions may have on individual stakeholders. By anticipating the emotional drivers of others, through emotional profiling, you will gain greater influence and circumvent barriers.
  • To consistently apply the key principles of EI at all touch-points: in one-to-one interactions, written communications, in meetings, in networking situations and in presentations.
  • To manage the emotional consequences of difficult decisions, such as staff or budget cuts, while maintaining or even improving morale.
  • To translate emotional intelligence theory into practical workplace applications that have measurable benefits.
  • To build an emotionally intelligent organisation encompassing more productive relationships with stakeholders, better engagement, authentic two-way communications and improved managerial influence.