Emotional Intelligence for Successful Leadership

Great leaders possess deep understanding of themselves, and others. This course teaches you how to become an emotionally intelligent leader, and become a truly influential leader.

(24 reviews)

What You’ll Learn?
Essential mindset and habits to becoming an emotionally intelligent leader.

Course Content

Total learning: 11 lessons Time: 60 minutes


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I believe in PSYCHO-EDUCATION. In my profession, I come across a lot of people whose psychological issues are mainly caused by limiting, often flawed thoughts and conceptualization about themselves, others, and what happens to and around them. Psycho-education could be used as the single most powerful tool to help restructure THINKING patterns of individuals. The outcome would be a more positive outlook which constructively affects all aspects of living, improving one's overall performance at work, in learning, in relationships, as well as spiritual experience. All my courses are meant to help TRANSFORM individuals and help them experience a LASTING POSITIVE CHANGE.


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  • Emotional Intelligence for Successful Leadership

    I feel more confident, ready to tackle leadership issues and help the staff become more motivated and competent in there work. This is one of the best practical leadership training I have gone through so far and would recommend for any serious manager in any given organisation.

  • Emotional Intelligence for Successful Leadership

    Thanks Prof. Dr. Edward Roy Krishnan , Session was really helpful

  • Emotional Intelligence

    Very professional and well thought out. You can tell the instructors have a thorough understanding of the topic.

  • Emotional Intelligence

    It was really helpful it's surely gonna give me a lot of new things to do in my role as a leader.

  • Emotional Intelligence

    In an organisation am in, most of the time an a team leader. the course has taught me how to conduct myself as leader and appreciate team work

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