CLI Case Study: Emotional Intelligence

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There are five competencies that make up Emotional Intelligence. CLI worked with the company’s leaders to develop their own self awareness, self regulation, self motivation/resilency, empathy and development of effective relationships.

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CLI Case Study: Emotional Intelligence

  1. 1. CASE STUDY OVERVIEW: Emotional Intelligence The Need This company wanted its leaders to develop the ability to understand, work with, and get comfortable with a wide variety of emotions and emotional issues. The Corporate Learning Institute Approach There are five competencies that make up Emotional Intelligence. CLI worked with the company’s leaders to develop their own self awareness, self regulation, self motivation/resilency, empathy and development of effective relationships. Each participant completes a pre-workshop self assessment on their own EI strengths and challenges. CLI created a 6 moduel program divided into multiple days. Each module was 2 hours in length. In between the modeuels participants completed homework concerning that moduel’s theme. We utilized case studies, hands on action assignments, and lectureettes to teach participants about the Emotional Intelligence model and skills. CLI introduced powerful tools so that participants could unlock their potential to understand themselves better and manage via Emotional Intelligence. Results The results reported in a post-program assessment indicated that participants had learned valuable lessons in leading others and managing their own Emotional Intelligence.

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