Cultivate the emotional intelligence (EI) competencies crucial for developing yourself, becoming an effective leader, and building high performance teams.
“Emotional Intelligence, a different way of being smart, is a key to high performance at all levels, particularly for outstanding leadership. It’s not your IQ; it’s how you manage yourself and your relationships.”
— Daniel Goleman
The Learning Paths to Emotional Intelligence is an on-demand digital training cohort based on Daniel Goleman’s EI competencies broken into two parts: Foundational Skills and Relationship Skills.
On your own schedule, you’ll learn the science behind each, why they matter, and how to apply them to positively differentiate yourself and improve business outcomes.
Foundational Skills Learning Paths
The Foundational Skills of Emotional Intelligence are:
- Core capacities we must develop to successfully tackle cultivating the remaining suite of EI Competencies.
- Prerequisites for the development of all the other competencies. Each one corresponds to specific brain areas and their connections. We can positively change the power of their connectivity with practices you will experiment with in this module.
- Once strengthened, these skills enhance our capacity to have the greatest positive influence on our personal outcomes and our relationships.
The Relationship Skills of Emotional Intelligence are:
- Built upon the understanding of Emotional Intelligence’s foundational tenets.
- Key skills for navigating the systems and personalities of any organization.
- Essential to create an environment for yourself and others to thrive within.
About Daniel Goleman
Daniel Goleman is an internationally known psychologist, author, and speaker. As a science journalist, Goleman reported on the brain and behavioral sciences for The New York Times. He has a PhD in Psychology from Harvard University, and is a contributor to Harvard Business Review (HBR) and Korn Ferry Briefings. His 1995 book, Emotional Intelligence was on the New York Times best-seller list and has been translated into more than 40 languages. And his HBR compilation “What Makes a Leader?” is the most requested reprint in the history of the publication.