This course is a multi-media exploration into important intra- and interpersonal skills required for Emotional Intelligence. Professors Sanchez-Burks and Alexander teach a model that brings together all of the areas that are necessary to improve and take skills in the interpersonal space to the next level. People call these ‘soft skills’ when in fact they are the hardest part of great leadership and the biggest contributor to team success. Through theory, assessments, animated vignettes, and video clips, participants will be able to see themselves and others, as well as analyze their own and others’ behaviors. This is a skill-building course based on published research in multiple fields.
Emotional Intelligence: Cultivating Immensely Human InteractionsUniversité du Michigan
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Meilleurs avis pour EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: CULTIVATING IMMENSELY HUMAN INTERACTIONS
for me, this course was very useful. I have come to reaslise my areas of strength and areas i need to improve . For instance my ability listen needed to improve so did my level of empathy to others.
This course help me understand more about Emotional Intelligence, especially how to aknowledge my own feelings and how to deal with it so they don't make any negative effect to my relationships.
Have been able to learn how to know about my coworkers emotions and also empathy
Love love love this course!! Outstanding effrot and fun ways of teaching
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