Leading With Emotional Intelligence - Dubai

This is an inspirational and informative two-day programme which will enable participants to excel as highly effective leaders and managers by developing their understanding and application of emotional intelligence.


September 8, 2019 - 8:30 am


September 9, 2019 - 5:00 pm


Media Rotana Hotel Dubai   View map


Did you know that Emotional Intelligence (EI), is in essence, the ability to understand your effect on others and manage yourself accordingly and accounts for nearly 90% of what moves people up the ladder when IQ and technical skills are roughly similar?

This is an inspirational and informative two-day programme which will enable participants to excel as highly effective leaders and managers by developing their understanding and application of emotional intelligence.

The challenge for outstanding leaders in the 21st-century is for them to be able to embrace change and seize opportunities. We now know that IQ will play a part in this, but far more important will be the ability to motivate themselves and those around them. This is where EQ, emotional quotient which measures their emotional intelligence, has been found to be of critical importance.

 “By inspiring others, emotionally intelligent leaders can ignite passion on the part of their teams to boost productivity and stimulate higher levels of employee engagement.” Tony Swainston

Facilitated by Speaker, Author, Skills Facilitator, recognized as one of the most motivational trainers in the UK –

Tony Swainston

Tony Swainston Rembell Group Emotional Inteligence

Amazon selling author of:
“A Mindset for Success”
“The 7Cs Of Leadership Success”

“Coaching for Change”

A Mindset for Success Rembell Group Tony Swainston all books

Who Should Attend

This course is relevant for all those looking to fully develop their emotional intelligence, improve their personal performance, productivity, communication, negotiation and influencing skills in the workplace. In addition it will support:
•  Managers and leaders who are committed to advancing their careers
•  Managers and leaders who are committed to becoming ever more effective
•  Managers and leaders who want to be better communicators
•  Managers and leaders who are committed to influence others ethically and effectively
• Those who realise that in order to be highly effective it is important to constantly review, revise, and refresh their personal approach
• Those who want to understand emotional intelligence and use it in their lives
• Those who are interested to know about what the latest research tells us is most important in determining our success
• Managers, leaders, specialists, directors and C level management from all sectors.

Key Benefits to Attendees

Participants will gain a clear understanding of how they can develop their leadership skills in alignment with emotional intelligence concepts. The course provides this by enabling participants to:
•   Consider people who have EI and the impact they have;
•   Explore each of the constructs of EI and associated competencies
•   Self- awareness – By understanding ourselves we are able then to manage ourselves, understand others, and manage others far more effectively.
•   Self- regulation – It is useless if we simply are aware of ourselves and how we operate, if we are not then to fully embrace ways that we can manage ourselves.
•   Social skill
•   Empathy – developing an understanding of our work colleagues’ emotions helps us to communicate with them more effectively
•   Motivation
•   Identify how different emotions affect behaviors
•   Identify practical tools and strategies to use in workplace communication
•   Identify the consequences of temperament and trauma on brain chemistry
•   Develop a personal action plan
•   And the net outcome – greater personal fulfilment in all aspects of our work life, reduced stress levels, high levels of motivation, and a greater commitment towards individual goals. The impact we will have on others through our increased level of emotional intelligence will also generate greater team focus on the objectives of the organisation.

Course Outline


Session 1: The characteristics of great leaders that sets them apart from others
•   What the research tells us
•   Embracing and taking forward the key messages throughout the next two days and beyond
•   Linking the six most important styles of leadership with EI
•   Group exercise: How these initial ideas around emotional intelligence match with your own personal experience

Session 2: Assessing your own EI using the Emotional Intelligence Appraisal Tool 2.0
•   Looking into results of pre course assessment
•   Getting clear understanding of your present strengths in terms of emotional intelligence
•   Group exercise: Discussion on EI assessment of each participants and getting directions how to employ highly effective emotional intelligence on a daily basis

Session 3: The big picture of Emotional Intelligence
•    Terminology, clear understanding and usage of emotional intelligence in business and private life
•    Setting foundation for developing yourself as a leader

Session 4: Emotional intelligence is important for every successful leader
•   The evidence of how emotional intelligence plays a much bigger role in our success than IQ alone
•   The aspects of emotional intelligence that can make such a difference to our daily life
•   How to develop a mindset that embraces opportunities to develop emotional   intelligence

Session 5: Focusing on specific self-awareness strategies
•   Self-awareness matters
•   Building block of all areas of emotional intelligence
•   Group exercise: Specific strategies we can use to develop this

Session 6: Self-management strategies
•   Applying the learning to our own self-management
•   Group exercise: an emotional intelligence case study


Session 1: Developing empathy
•  How to use emotional intelligence with your boss
•  How to build empathy and rapport with others
•  Communicating with clarity
•  Group exercise: daily empathy builders

Session 2: Relationship management strategies
•  Leading with passion and success
•  Individual exercise: how to manage some personal challenges

Session 3: Motivating ourselves and others
•  Key messages we now know in the 21st-century about motivation
•  How to keep ourselves motivated
•  How to motivate others

Session 4: How emotional intelligence links with having a growth mindset
•  The key messages from Prof Carol Dweck
•  Influences this can have on work and family life
•  Personal exercise: assessing your own mindset – is it mostly a fixed or a growth mindset?

Session 5: How coaching supports our emotional intelligence development
•  What coaching is and isn’t
•   How you can apply in your daily work
•   Group exercise: experiencing a brief coaching session

Session 6: Understanding how to increase our emotional intelligence
•  The top actions to take
•  A daily diet of emotional intelligence development exercises
•  Group exercise: sharing thoughts about the top tips

Session 7: Creating an action plan to develop our emotional intelligence
•  Creating a plan that will work
•  Individual exercise: working on a five-stage plan

Session 8: Developing a positive organisational culture
•  The behaviours that make the biggest difference
•   Focusing on these behaviours with your team
•   Eliminating aggressive defensive and passive defensive styles

Session 9: Where to next? How to employ all of this back in your workplace
•  How to personally develop
•  Things to look out for
•  Supporting the development of emotional intelligence in others

For the full outline of the program kindly contact us at info@rembellgroup.com
In-House Training
If you have group of people with similar needs and you are looking for more cost – effective approach, Rembell Group will bring this course directly to your workplace. Further, this course can be customized to fit specific requirements and needs of your organization. For more information on this kindly contact us at: iht@rembellgroup.com


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