Introduction to Emotional Intelligence

How we manage our own emotions and empathise with other people can have a dramatic impact on our effectiveness at leading people and achieving results. This course increases your emotional awareness, giving you the tools to better manage yourself and others. The course runs in Bunbury on May 1-2.


2 Days



The science is clear; your emotions play a big part in the way you’re perceived by others on a daily basis. They influence your effectiveness, especially when your role involves working with or through people.

Using helpful diagnostic tools, you'll learn about the impact of emotion on self and others and develop strategies to manage it within the workplace. 

Who Will Benefit

Anyone required to work with and through other people to get things done. This could include frontline service staff, supervisors, team members or technical staff who deal with people everyday and who want a greater understanding of how their own emotions and those of other people affect relationships.


  • EQ-i 2.0 diagnostic tool
  • Logic vs emotion – who wins?
  • Role and impact of emotion at work
  • Managing self and others
  • Understanding the source and impact of your emotions
  • Strategies and tactics for managing emotions at work.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:

  • Understand the basis and drivers of emotion
  • Gain greater awareness of emotions and the impact of emotion on self and others
  • Identify the true impact of emotion in the workplace
  • Have a better understanding of personal emotional intelligence including strengths and possible development
  • Develop a range of tools for dealing with emotion in others.

Program Requirements

Pre-work will be required prior to attendance on this program.

Optional/Additional Coaching Package:


(3 x 1 hour)

$900  Non Member
$800 Corporate / Professional Member

What past course attendees say:

"The overall experience was great and I hope to return for other courses in the future."
"Excellent presentation, engaging information and great tactics to implement in real life. "
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