Leading with Emotional Intelligence for Stress Management
The purpose of conducting this three-day training programme is to develop awareness and competencies about the concept of emotional intelligence (EI) in the leaders and managers of professional organisations working across various industry context including hospitality, manufacturing, defence, NGOs, academics etc.
The present social and economic context has impacted the functioning and adaptability of professional organisations. The complexity and volatility of environmental change has generated a serious concern about behavioural and emotional competencies of senior and top leadership regarding how to cope up with the challenge of sustainable profitable growth. Leaders’ decision making has become too abrupt and chaotic at personal and professional level. Examples of mental disorders, suicides, divorces, anxiety, fears, sleeplessness is raising questions about the psychological well-being of working
executives their ability to cope up with work or non-work-related stress. Current observations indicate that executives are earning well but there is a loss of happiness, life satisfaction, harmonious relationship and a culture of mutual trust and support. Hatred and jealously are new normal of organisational behaviour.
Tomorrow’s organisation needs to employ a workforce with rich psychological resources in the form of hope, optimism, resilience, self-management, spirituality, adaptability, and ability to manage stress positively. Such competencies are not only essential at the work place but also at home. In this context, Salovey and Meyer (1990), Goleman (1995) and Bar On (1997) found the relevance of the concept of EI in the process of coping up with the environmental demands and pressure. These proponents of EI say that the ability to handle stresses of modern workplace may be actually more important than intellectual competency of employees. EI draws on a research tradition, which focuses on intelligent behaviour in natural situations, or practical intelligence which is defined as an aggregate of abilities, skills, and competencies thatrepresent collection of knowledge used to cope up with life effectively.
Research studies in the area of emotional intelligence demonstrate that people with high emotional intelligence (a) are able to effectively communicate with one another, (b) are willing to contribute beyond the expectations to the overall growth of the organisation and, (c) work for a common purpose of the organisation. Consequently, it means that EI increases leadership and teaming skills to achieve personal and organisational effectiveness. In Indian context, research studies (e.g., Jain et al., 2014, Jain & Sinha, 2005; Sinha & Jain, 2004) showed the imperatives of EI for organisations in the area of personal effectiveness, employee commitment, psychological health, trust in manager, job satisfaction and organisational effectiveness. Therefore, this programme is designed to help managers to become psychological health and be able to build and lead a team effectively.
- Business Environment and Need for Emotional Intelligence competencies
- Concept and Measurement of Emotional Intelligence
- Emotional Intelligence for Effective Leadership Styles
- Emotional Intelligence and Teaming Skills
- Emotional Intelligence and Well-being
- Emotional Intelligence for Decision-Making and Problem-Solving
- Development and Emotional Intelligence: Role of Personality, Values and Organisational Culture
- Indian Model of Emotional Intelligence in Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Sikhism
- Dark Sides of Emotional Intelligence
Who can participate
The programme is designed for top and senior-level managers working in various departments and industries in private, public and multinational companies (MNCs), NGOs, or defence services where people management is a challenge.
Registration and Fees
Participants should be nominated by their organisations. The enclosed nomination form should be completed and returned with all the details. The fee of the programme is Rs. 37,500 (rupees thirty-seven thousand five hundred only) per participant which includes a professional fee, all charges for lodging and boarding, and supply of course materials. GST as applicable will be charged extra in addition to the programme fee. Payment should be made by cheque/NEFT/RTGS.