EQ Skills

Explore the courses that improve EQ Skills and communication

A study of Harvard graduates across discipline found zero correlation between IQ and career success. Studies after studies have confirmed the fact that IQ alone is not sufficient to be successful in life. Emotional Intelligence (commonly abbreviated as ‘EQ’ ) do matter.

EQ skills can be improved through learning and practising diligently. The EQ skills are generally described in 2 broad categories – Personal Skills and social skills. It is about how we manage ourselves and how we manage the relationship with others.

It is a well-established fact that the individuals who contribute to organisational success are those who understand and manage themselves and others using EQ skills. Researchers have confirmed with evidence how investing employees training benefits the business.

The EQ learning module uses profiling and hands-on Stop – Look – Reflect strategies to learn and master self and manage others.

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