EI workshop


The emphasis of our Leadership Development Programme is on the development of Emotional Intelligence (EI). This refers to the advancement of non-cognitive intelligence e.g. personal, emotional, social, innovative and survival skills.

Emotional Intelligence is the new yardstick for success in the business world and your life!

Emotional Intelligence is an array of non-cognitive abilities, competencies and skills that influence one’s ability to succeed in coping with the environmental demands and pressures. Emotional intelligence thus refers to the non-cognitive dimensions of intelligence such as personal, social, emotional, innovative, and survival skills.

As organisations diminish in size, the people who remain behind are more accountable and more visible.

These people have to interact more widely with peers, subordinates and customers. They not only have to become more adept at handling relationships, but must also be able to deal with feelings and influence those around them in a more efficient manner.



  • Emotional Intelligence accounts for 85% of leadership success.
  • 18 of 21 competencies needed for top performing leaders are EI competencies.
  • Employees who developed EI are up to 12 times more productive than their low EI counterparts.
  • 63% reduction in sales staff turnover for those who attended EI courses.
  • 74% of top performers were high in EI while only 24% of low performers were high in EI.
  • Emotional intelligence explained nearly 60% of job performance across companies in the study.


This EI workshop is intended to deliver the fundamental techniques involved in developing emotional intelligence. The course is intended for individuals who are not going through the Phase 1 and 2 of the Leadership Development Programs and is a summarized version of the extended ‘Phase 1’ course.

The course covers the following components:

  • Personal mastery and self-leadership.
  • Creating an environment for creativity and innovation.
  • Communicating with emotional intelligence.
  • Managing emotions in response to stress in everyday life.
  • Stress management techniques.
  • Biological impact of emotional intelligence techniques.