Now more than ever, being able to manage one’s emotions in the workplace is proving to be one of the driving forces of success for professionals. While some professionals face several obstacles as leaders, and may self sabotage under pressure, those with higher emotional intelligence perform exceptionally even during tough times. Research shows that intellectual quotient (IQ) has less to do with success in life than emotional intelligence (EQ). Our IQ helps us understand and navigate the world on one level, but we also need EQ, or emotional smarts, to succeed. Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand, manage, and express your emotions in healthy and constructive ways. It’s also about recognizing and responding appropriately to the emotions of self and that of others. Emotional intelligence enhances self-awareness, self-esteem, compassion, empathy, and adaptability which can provide a balanced lifestyle for individuals in leadership roles. Emotional intelligence allows you to communicate effectively, lead others, and build powerful relationships in your work and private life. In this workshop, you will be actively engaged and learn techniques to enhance your emotional intelligence.