Webinar: An introduction to Emotional Intelligence
Start Date: 27 Jul 2016
Start Time: 12:00 PM
End Time: 1:00 PM
Duration: 1 hour
CMI East Midlands invite you to this webinar with Sharisse Hosein – Founding Director, Psyched Up About Business – former psychological well-being practitioner for National Health Service Primary Care Trusts across London, member of the Institute of Directors, Pall Mall and recent Executive MBA graduate with honours from Northampton Business School.
Sharisse noted that emotional awareness training using cognitive behavioural therapy was a crucial bridge to advanced life and social skills such as overcoming limiting thoughts, developing a new routine to manage change, and uncertainty, as well as set up behavioural experiments to overcome anxiety-related disorders, such as panic attacks, phobias, including social phobia and public speaking and performance or test anxiety. It was during this experience Sharisse developed a routine with CBT and Mindfulness individualising routines that lead 80% of clients to recovery within 8 weeks. She noted that many had been stressed with the threat of redundancy, change in their job role, change in management, loss of enthusiasm at work, and adjustment to faster work environments.
During her MBA, Sharisse used focus groups with top executives and CEOs from PWC, Nintendo, Amazon, NHS, Siemens. Coupled with quantitative data surveys she found a positive correlation between competencies of emotional intelligence and innovation. She also found there was no significant difference amongst health care professionals and corporate industries, neither amongst males and females. She hopes to provide more insight building these specific competencies through emotional intelligence training, to assist individuals and corporate teams with creative thinking and innovative product, service and management practice development.
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