What is emotional intelligence, and why is it important? On this course, you’ll explore how emotional intelligence influences not only our relationships with others but also with ourselves.
DISAWORK aims at raising the awareness on the importance of Emotional Intelligence in the labor market, providing high quality management in emotional skills to European entrepreneurs, managers, and SMEs, as well as their workers and employees. The project takes off from the assumption that in an everchanging world, the job industry also changes, and it requires new skills that can be adapted to new contexts and needs. Entrepreneurs, executives, managers, and workers are required to develop new skills and strategies to stay in the market and be more able to set new quality standards and fight the risk of unemployment. In this context Emotional Intelligence is a priority, considered as a new, important, and valuable skill and an extra weapon to keep the level of employability, but also the standards of quality in a new economic and social scenario.
In this course you will learn about 10 emotional skills as well as how it can be used to develop relationships and guide self-development.
More information about DISAWORK is available on the website of the project: https://disawork.eu/
The objectives are:
- Describe and define emotional intelligence and identify its components.
- Apply the concept of emotional intelligence to a workplace setting.
- Demonstrate what makes emotional intelligence different from ‘traditional’ intelligence.
- Identify the ability to manage emotional intelligence skills according to the organisational climate and employees’ creativity.
- Detect dangers and opportunities of those emotions in the productive process.
- Encourage participants to implement better emotional management.
May 19 16:30- 17:30 CET | Welcome Session
May 23-29 16:30- 18:00 CET | Training in Timisoara, Romania & Module 1: Critical Thinking & Problem Solving- CPIP Module 1: Judgment and Decision Making & Assertiveness- CSC
May 30- June 5 16:30- 18:00 CET| Module 2: Empathy & Emotional Intelligence- GrowthCoop & Indepcie
June 6-12 16:30- 18:00 CET |Module 3: Judgment and Decision Making & Assertiveness- CSC
June 13-19 16:30- 18:00 CET |Module 4: Communication and Negotiation Skills & People Management- VAEV
June 20-26 16:30- 18:00 CET | Module 5: Self Control & Managing Resistance to Change- InterMediaKT
This course is for anyone with a professional or personal interest in exploring emotional intelligence in workplace settings. It is suitable for those with a background in business, business associations, business incubators, trade unions, entrepreneurship or with relevant work experience and for those who wish to expand their existing emotional intelligence skills.
Courses are split into weeks and will be based on a blended methodology of theory and practice. The implementation will happen with 5 learning modules on our learning platform, through interactive sessions with tools and theories and asynchronous learning through weekly challenges and preparation videos based on the emotional skills that each module will focus on.
The sessions will be divided between plenary sessions and facilitated work in smaller groups. Participants are expected to take part in the whole training course and contribute with their opinions and experience.
All selected participants will also be invited to a pre-meeting (welcome session) to get to know each other and the trainers, to share needs and expectations and solve technical issues.
Technical equipment needed:
Computer with camera and microphone and reliable internet connection.
https://zoom.us/ and the platform on our site will be the main digital platforms of the course. Participants will need to download zoom and sign up on our platform.
Dates: 19 May- 26 June
Language: The course is available in English.
Price: Our course is free of charge for the participants.
Deadline for application: 6 May
Available downloads: E-course Essentials
You can apply here:
DISAWORK is cofinanced by Erasmus+ programme, KA2 Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – KA204 – Strategic Partnerships for adult education.
- Coordinator: INTERACTIVE MEDIA KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER INTERMEDIAKT, Greece
- INDEPCIE SCA, Spain
- CENTRO PER LO SVILUPPO CREATIVO DANILO DOLCI, Italy
- GROWTH COOP S.COOP.AND, Spain
- VIENNA ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATION VOLUNTEERS, Austria
- CENTRUL PENTRU PROMOVAREA INVATARII PERMANENTE TIMISOARA ASOCIATIA, Romania