Self-Awareness: Leading with Emotional Intelligence
This 3-hour course includes 90 minutes of live online instruction and 90 minutes of self-directed learning.
A boss demands, while a leader guides. There are many approaches and philosophies for effective employee management. But if an employee doesn’t like your style, they aren’t going to stick around. Therefore, it’s critical to lead with empathy and cultivate high emotional intelligence. This starts with self-awareness training.
Having more knowledge of ourselves can only be beneficial. Through introspection and with help from others to fill in our blind spots, we can discover how we work best, how we react to stress, and much more. Being a leader to others means knowing how to lead ourselves first.
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Those who want to take a deep dive into their personal unknowns and enhance their EQ through self-awareness
What You’ll Learn
Self-awareness and leadership require introspection. But we won’t be sitting around thinking our way to higher consciousness. In this course, we’ll dive into action-packed exercises that help uncover who we are and how we operate. With help from fellow participants, we’ll discover techniques to enhance self-awareness and transform our behaviors. From the Johari Window to the Feedforward system, the tools of personal awareness are waiting for you to explore them.
Self-awareness is a key aspect of leadership that every Dale Carnegie Trainer embodies. You’ll learn not only from this leadership training but also from your leader’s personal emotional intelligence and leadership style.
Why You Want To Learn It
Leaders need to inspire and engage with their teams to drive business results. This requires leading with empathy and emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence training creates leaders that are confident; they know the direction they need to lead their team, and they take them toward it; they develop themselves and their skills. Self-aware leaders understand how they come across to others and can supply what each person needs to work best.
How It Will Help You
Focusing inward results in transformation as leaders. Growing as a leader means we are gaining trust, inspiring others, building psychologically safe spaces, and driving our teams to success. As self-aware leaders, we have the power to look at situations from a new perspective, focusing outward instead of inward. When we see what others see, we can lead with empathy and emotional intelligence.
- Leadership: Drives business results by aligning the vision, mission, and values to enhance business value. Draws upon the unique talents and abilities of others to achieve desired results.
- Interpersonal Skills: Consistently builds strong, long-term relationships both inside and outside the organization.
- Results-oriented: Passionate about accomplishments and dedicated to achieving goals and solving problems.
- Vision: Future-oriented. Applies imagination and wisdom to develop a compelling picture of what could and should be in terms of ultimate success.
How Leadership Coaching Helps Us Be More Self-Aware
Leaders have worked hard to get where they are, but they don’t often have the luxury of figuring out the job as they go along. Whereas trial and error learning as an employee is somewhat expected, trial and error in a leadership position can lead to soured company culture, disengaged employees, and a higher turnover rate. Read More >
Becoming More Self-Aware in the Workplace
There are many situations at work where it is beneficial to be self-aware. A self-aware person generally has a higher self-esteem since they actively work to make themselves into someone they can be proud of. High self-esteem at work can make it easier to speak up and be creative with your ideas. Read More >
The Importance of Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
When we talk about intelligence, we often think in terms of knowledge, memory, and creativity. After all, our intelligence has been measured over the years in various academic and work settings, all to do with what we remember, what we know, and our ability to express it. But there’s another aspect of intelligence out there that is equally important—emotional intelligence. And when it comes to emotional intelligence in the workplace, we as leaders would do well to understand this critical aspect of performance. Read More >
Dale Carnegie Methodology
The Dale Carnegie® methodology is time-tested with thousands of testimonials attesting that it works. From the very start, on an individual level, you will set stretch goals and with the support of the social learning environment, the ‘in-the-moment’ coaching by the highly trained facilitator(s), the accountability to commitments, progress will be visible to yourself and others. In the Dale Carnegie® methodology, we focus on building strengths to overpower our weaknesses. We believe that everyone has inherent greatness, and it simply needs to be identified and nurtured.