How to build empathy with different people in different situations, or even the same people in changed contexts, is a key leadership skill that is crucial arguably for all leadership roles, but especially those leading teams and interacting with customers or suppliers from a variety of geographical, cultural and generational backgrounds.
Are you aware that your sense of how to judge and use emotions in different situations benefit from some development? This may from from introspection, your own sense that engaging with the emotional range across different contexts is not something you’ve yet mastered, or perhaps you’ve had some direct feedback from a trusted colleague, or a mentor or coach, from your HR leader or even from your team.
As part of the EQ-L 2.0 course series, this course is for you if developing your Emotional Intelligence is a high priority in your personal, leadership and career development, and Situational Sensing is one of the areas you’d like to prioritise.
This prioritisation means you'd like to invest some time, effort and a little money into deepening your understanding of this area beyond public domain info, embarking on a learning journey through the series of structured, topic specific modules in this course, giving you knowledge, insights and exercises take on in your own time to improve your Situational Sensing.
All 2.0 courses are supported by course authors Sean & Tim via the EQ-L forum and also your fellow course participant peers in a weekly webinar.
This course is not for you if...you're happy with learning from curated public domain info for free (see our Introduction course EQ-L101).
As a compliment to this course, you can additionally invest by working with a coach to focus on key development areas and accelerate and amplify your EQ improvements.
In early 2020 we’ll have a further immersive learning course - EQ-L Deep, leading participants on a development journey over a year-long program taking on a range of assessments and one of the best globally recognised EQ courses - the Genos program, as well as additional materials and learning frameworks developed by us at 4i.