“All learning has an emotional base” – Plato.

Emotional Intelligence is something that keeps us interacting. Whether it’s dealing with colleagues or socialising with friends, we all use our emotional intelligence daily. However, not all of us have mastered a comprehensive understanding of our emotions. This leads to increased anxiety, passive aggression, and overall unhappiness.

Unfortunately, when we don’t understand and express our emotions effectively, we can’t even tell why we’re feeling so out of sync.

These days, passive aggression is quickly becoming the norm. From post-it notes on a dirty microwave to excessive food labelling in the fridge, passive aggression is bringing us down. In fact, Buzzfeed compiled this list of the most passive aggressive things to ever happen – warning, it is not for those who like effective communication!

Sarah - QPAC

The Internet is littered with free how-to guides on mastering your emotional intelligence and improving organisational health, but none of them are concerned with how to do it. Their level of success is the number of people who visit their website. Instead, we measure our success by how effectively our participants learn the course, and their overall satisfaction. We’ve been the people-training people for 25 years, and we don’t plan on slowing down.

Our trainers teach the importance of understanding your emotions and the methods to control and express them effectively. Our course focuses on self-awareness and acceptance, empathy, assertiveness and the power of body language in our daily interactions. 

Lynda - QLD Transport

At VM, it’s our methodology that sets us apart from other EI training providers. Our blended approach of online pre-reading and personal assessments leaves our participants more equipped to excel both personally and professionally. We include on-the-job activities that provide participants with opportunities for reflection and enhanced learning.

We teach Emotional Intelligence the way that you want to learn it and definitely not through ‘death by PowerPoint’.

Sharon K - ABS

Our next public Emotional Intelligence course is offered on the 8th and 22nd of May, in Toowong, Brisbane. Please call 07 3215 8888 to book now!

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