Emotional Intelligence Programme: Lifting Your Level of EQ

Organization: marcus evans

Venue: Sheraton on the Park

Location: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Event Date/Time: Aug 12, 2013 / 8:30 am - (GMT +10:00 hours) End Date/Time: Aug 13, 2013 / 5:00 pm - (GMT +10:00 hours)
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This course is designed for anyone looking to improve team dynamics through applying Emotional Intelligence. EI is a recognised strategic tool for enhanced performance, productivity, communication, negotiation and influencing people.Delegates will receive a copy of The Humm Handbook: Lifting Your Level of Emotional Intelligence.

LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE! Please contact CindyC(at)marcusevanskl.com  for more information and registration

This training will ablso be held on19-20 Aug 2013 at Hilton on the Park, Melbourne, Australia 

About the trainer Christopher Golis MA (Cambridge) MBA (London) FAICD FAIM CEO & Lead Presenter Emotional Intelligence Courses With over 30 years of experience, Chris has developed seminars and training courses on people skills for technical managers, salespeople and leaders.Chris Golis known as “Australia’s Expert in Practical Emotional Intelligence”.Over 20,000 people have completed the training course Chris has developed based on the three books he has written:

  • Enterprise and Venture Capital – A Business Builders and Investors Handbook (Allen & Unwin, Fifth edition June 2009)
  • Empathy Selling – New Sales Techniques for the 21st Century
  • The Humm Handbook: Lifting Your Level of Emotional Intelligence

Some of Christopher’s previous clients include:

Australian Venture Capital Association , Citicorp Asia, Islamic Development Bank, National Science & Technology Board-Singapore, New York Institute of Finance, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Securities Institute of Australia, Securities Institute of Malaysia, Singapore Venture Capital Association


Emotional Intelligence is now emerging as a critical factor for sustaining high performance in today’s business and social environment. Interpersonal communication is a natural and necessary part of organisational life. Yet communicating effectively can be challenging because of our inherent nature to assume, overreact to and misperceive what actually is being communicated by other parties. Poor or lack of communication is often cited as the major cause of conflict and ineffective teamwork. In today’s relation-oriented workplace, managing communication and developing strategies for creating shared meaning are crucial to achieving results and creating successful organisations.

By the end of this course, delegates will have completed the four stages of Emotional Intelligence based on a practical technology by being be able to recognise the 7 components in themselves and others, knowing their hot buttons, developed an EQ development plan for themselves, know what social skills strategies to adopt with different people, and learned how to control the emotional content in their decision making.



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