Optimizing performance & realising your own full potential

In today’s complex, multicultural and competitive environments we need a new approach to motivating and managing work place teams. We need emotionally intelligent leaders, who are able to work effectively with people, especially now when people are collaborating less and are far more volatile.
By developing the skills of emotional intelligence, which is highly trainable, we are able to positively impact effectiveness, decision making, interpersonal relationships, influence, health and quality of life!
If we follow the EQ Global leaders, Six Seconds saying that;
Emotions drive people and people drive performance,
Can we afford to ignore the impact that emotions have in our organizations when it is scientifically proven that emotional intelligence has such a dramatic impact on performance?
Emotional intelligence is a break through approach, a powerful way of looking at people and behaviour. It is an integrated approach that combines thinking and feeling to make optimal decisions. An international study showed that emotional intelligence predicts almost 55% of key success factors in the workplace, which is why innovative organizations are using EQ in sales, leadership, recruitment and team performance. It is also based on neuroscience and is not the "touchy feely" concept that many people are misled to believe.
Emotional intelligence is critical to leadership, learning, and organizational performance.
Emotional Intelligence in Children
Developing emotional intelligence in children has been proven to have a significant positive impact on academic success, friendships, peer relationships and reducing risk behaviours, aggression and even absenteeism. In an era when children frequently feel disconnected from friends and family, where rapid social change is the norm, when media and sports stars demonstrate poor behavior, educators recognize the human need for developing social and emotional skills.
Social and emotional development is central to children's success in school. By incorporating EQ into existing educational programs, we can promote our children's achievement in the present and secure their success for the future.
Because of its wide ranging impact, emotional intelligence prevention and intervention programming may be the key investment that secures a positive future for our children Optimizing performance & realising your own full potential
Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to learn from global leaders in the field of emotional intelligence, Six Seconds, who support people to improve performance and create positive change at home, in the workplace and in schools. They offer transformational learning and development programs, scientifically validated assessments, and effective consulting processes to increase the people-side of performance.

Delegates call it “life changing and affirming,” and “a transformational experience for everyone serious about emotional intelligence,” and one delegate stated that “this course changed my life.”
Develop an in depth understanding of emotional intelligence in yourself and others and gain tools to fuel positive change at work and at home. You will take home dozens of proven EQ exercises and learning tools, including the Brain Profiles that you can use with your teams, clients and families.
This is a full 5 days of highly active, hands-on, dynamic instruction, experiential learning, practical projects, networking and learning. The content is based on 35 years of practical teaching experience and the Self Science curriculum which is featured as a model in Daniel Goleman’s 1995 Best seller – Emotional Intelligence.
Ideally coaching supports clients to create positive change - but change doesn’t happen just from “knowing.” Emotions are a key driver for professional and personal transformation.
EQAC equips professionals with a powerful emotional intelligence assessment (the SEI) and Six Seconds Change MAP as a roadmap for structuring a transformational coaching process fuelled by EQ.
A complete toolset to measure and develop the key drivers of performance, the SEI assessments support professionals to get better results on the “people-side.” Unlike other psychometric tools which provide an abstract diagnosis, the SEI provides practical feedback and a process for action. Created by world leaders in emotional intelligence development, these tools are statistically rigorous, highly practical, and with a global view - which is why they’re chosen by leading organizations including FedEx, HSBC, Emaar Hospitality, the US Navy, Pfizer, and Microsoft
Emotional Intelligence affects every aspect of our lives and as Denis Waitley states;
" Life is based on growth and finding new challenges to face and overcome, new
contributions to make to society, and constantly coming to a better understanding of
yourself and the universe in which you live."