Emotional Intelligence Program
Emotional intelligence influences the decision-making process
Your leaders' business decisions are influenced by their emotions. They need to understand how their emotions influence their decision-making process, their mobilizing influence and their ability to create a healthy working climate for all.
Anger Fear Joy Surprise Sadness Disgust
Competent decision making:
It's knowing how to quickly identify the opportunity within the challenge
Mastering the stages of a decision-making process is important for a leader. Identifying impacts, accessing alternatives and determining the best available option also requires validation that emotions and beliefs are well aligned with the real issues at stake. Neuroscience tells us that you can't make a decision without emotion. We therefore need to understand all the elements that contribute to moving from reaction to action, especially within a team that must be mobilized to transform a challenge into an opportunity. This requires a competent EQ.
Competent EQ requires the following tools and knowledge:
Your team grows individually and accomplishes together!
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (EQ) DEVELOPMENT
Awakened Leadership Program
The main themes in which a visionary leader excels are: reasoning and trend analysis, the materialization of ideas, moral and personal qualities. The following intrinsic dimensions are required: openness to new things, originality, sensitivity, empathy, non-conformism and self-confidence.* Dimensions which, for the most part, can be found in a competent EQ . Discover the Awakened Leadership program.
General intelligence (IQ) is important for problem-solving, but is most beneficial when combined with emotional intelligence (EQ). This combination results in better judgment and decision-making. Since 2020, the bar has been raised, and as an executive, you need to understand not only the new objectives, but also the human dimension in all its dimensions. It's crucial that you know how to contribute to the development of exceptional teams that grasp the common objective.
Scientific tools, adapted and tested in different countries, to measure the following items in leaders :
First, the Emotional Quotient (EQ) with a tool developed to assess the level of emotional intelligence, as defined by Peter Salovey and John Mayer. This includes the ability to perceive, understand and manage one's own emotions, as well as those of others. EQ is assessed across 15 dimensions of interpersonal and intrapersonal emotional intelligence. A certain level of emotional intelligence is crucial in situations where people have to work together towards a common goal, particularly in the corporate world. In addition, emotional intelligence is necessary for effective adaptation to change, such as in crisis situations.
This isfollowed by an assessment of managerial performance using a questionnaire. questionnaire to measure 19 dimensions organized into 4 groups: people management, perception mode, self-management and change management. This questionnaire enables the manager's managerial profile to be precisely defined, identifying his or her strengths and limitations in both project and people management. The self-knowledge provided by taking this test will also enrich the EQ development process as proposed by M-J
Understanding your own paradigm is essential to developing your EQ. It is impossible to remain globally successful if you do not understand how your beliefs influence your decisions, as well as your ability to develop solutions that contribute to the organization. More than 80% of our beliefs have been unconsciously imposed on us, so they are likely to be both maladaptive and outdated. Let's make sure together that they are in line with the current reality, in order to access your full leadership potential.
There are those behaviors that you judge. You need to know that these are motivated by beliefs and emotions. If you don't know the techniques for separating beliefs and emotions from behaviors, in order to understand what drives the latter, you won't be able to develop the resilience or empathy needed to target the appropriate action; the one that creates a bridge between the reality of each individual and that of the organization. (Program based on transactional analysis, ego states, transactions with self and others)
MJ has chosen to combine mentoring with coaching techniques. As a leader herself for over 20 years, she has experienced how sharing relevant experience can become a valuable resource for the executives she coaches. The aim is to create a climate of respect for oneself, others and the organization, while striving to find ethical solutions for all.
TYPES OF COMPANIES: SME, ETI, GE
FOR: The aspiring executive leader who is part of an organization's succession plan, and anyone else who wants to exercise contemporary leadership.
Entrepreneur, CEO, Vice President, Executive Director, Director
A total of 30 hours spread over a period of 3 to 6 months.
The sessions are completely confidential and the program will not be used to determine the leader's competence within the organization. The aim is to provide a space in which the leader can develop with impunity. The leader will then decide whether to continue with the program, and the organization will be invited to sign a confidentiality agreement to this effect.
An EQ measurement during, and one year later, will serve to validate how the program has contributed to development.
*Please note that this program is a prerequisite for the Executive Presence program.
*Yannick Farmer, full professor in communication ethics at UQAM, research published in 2022, Prudence, Ethics and Anticipation in Visionary Leaders.