Introduce the connection between SEI and inclusion, employee well-being, engagement, and productivity
Evaluation of each quadrant of the Emotional Intelligence Matrix and its impacts on inclusion:
Without self-awareness, self-management, other-awareness, and relationship management, there can be no successful attempts at inclusion. Inclusion is personal and so are the barriers. This training challenges participants to look deeply within to connect and identify with their thoughts and behaviors and to analyze how they have contributed to inclusive policies, people management, or halted efforts toward inclusion. Participants are being asked to identify their barriers, if any, existing within themselves causing them to resist efforts in creating an inclusive workplace. We need to ask why not inclusion, and is it a priority, or are we giving it lip service?
Participants will also be challenged to look more deeply at their understanding of others. What is important to your team members and peers? How might our actions, behaviors, and emotional intelligence levels impact our team member’s well-being, ability to be seen and heard, and their sense of belonging? Many employees have not felt a part of the fabric of their organizations. Their work is a means to a paycheck and when they encounter something that offers a better experience they leave, or worse they stay, joining the legions of disengaged employees who have quietly quit.
Participants will understand how their social and emotional intelligence directly builds the relationships to which their team either bonds or disappears into anonymity, leaving themselves at the proverbial company door, and with it all the qualities that drive innovation, productivity, revenue, and belonging.
Participants will be given a post-class assignment to follow a 30-day Action Step plan for increased Social and Emotional Intelligence for themselves and their teams.
Prerequisite- Participants must complete the SEIP assessment prior to admission.
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