Our One-Day Introductory Workshops
The EQ-HR Center is currently working on our 2019-2020 workshop offerings, including our One-Day EI Workshops.
The EQ-HR Center’s mission is to increase the effectiveness of leaders within faith-based communities through experiential development of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) competencies and Human Relations (HR) skills. In order to achieve our mission, we offer a variety of one-day workshops while adapting them to the particular needs of the community.
We have offered or will offer the following workshops for our clients:
Introduction to why emotional intelligence is important?
Emotional Intelligence and Building Effective Teams
Emotional Intelligence and Conflict Mediation
Emotional Intelligence and Relational Leadership
Emotional Intelligence and Boundaries.
Emotional Intelligence and Finances
Contact the Center at email@example.com to be connected with one of our
program development specialists.
FIRST TIER TRAINING:
Our Core Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and Human Relations (HR) Workshops
This core EQ HR Center workshop is an intensive four or five-day session designed to enable participants to learn about, build and practice emotional intelligence skills in a small group setting. Skilled facilitators provide tools and feedback to enable participants to learn about themselves and to immediately practice emerging skills. As group life unfolds, participants give and receive feedback regarding the impact they have on others in the group. Participants will learn both inter-personal and intra-group communication skills.
The content of the workshop revolves around the twelve competencies that differentiate outstanding from average performers.
THIRD TIER TRAINING:
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (EQ) AND FACILITATION (FAC) SKILLS WORKSHOPS
SECOND TIER TRAINING:
Our Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and Group Development (GD) Workshops
The EQ-Group Development workshop is the next step in emotional intelligence training. The workshop takes what was learned in the EQ-HR core workshop and applies it to group process in both task and non-task groups.