High-performing teams aren’t the result of a happy accident. Research shows that they achieve superior participation, cooperation and collaboration because their members trust one another, share a strong sense of group identity, and have confidence in their effectiveness as a team. In other words, such teams possess high levels of group Emotional Intelligence.
“Emotional Intelligence in teams is important because most of the work in organizations today is done by teams.” – Judith A Ross, Make Your Good Team Great.
No one would dispute the importance of making teams work more effectively. The only problem is that emotional Intelligence has been viewed only as an individual competency when the reality is that teams do most work in organizations.
“It is about finding ways to make teams work better.” – Druskat and Wolff, Emotional Intelligence of Teams.
This 1-day course is facilitated by a TalentSmartEQ certified consultant. Contact us for pricing.
Designed and developed by psychologists Dr. Travis Bradberry & Dr. Jean Greaves from Stanford and UCSD. This program is created for all work teams who wish to effectively manage one’s own Emotional Intelligence in dealing with self and others in a business context. Brochure