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How often do you want to stand up for yourself and then abandon it because you don’t want to harm the relationship? Do you avoid addressing issues out of concern for making the situation worse? To be able to communicate in challenging situations emotional intelligence is essential.
Beyond a theoretical framework, the course embeds the knowledge of emotional intelligence with experiential learning: You will have the opportunity to practice with your own work-related and personal situations and you will learn approaches that empower you to engage in conversations to everyone’s benefit.
The aim of the course is to strengthen your emotional intelligence as a participant so that you feel confident to address delicate interpersonal situations. By doing so you create space for genuine listening and mutual responsiveness. The result is fruitful collaborations, win-win negotiations, and life-enriching relationships. The workshop lives by the overall principle, ‘Make allies, not enemies.’
After the course, you will understand how to use emotional intelligence skills for topics like:
|Instructor||Alba Polo, PhD, psychoanalyst, coach, writer, publisher|
|Target participants||PhD candidates and postdocs of all disciplines|
13 March 2023 9:00 - 17:00
22 March 2023 9:00 - 17:00
|Contact person||Eric Alms, Graduate Campus|
|ECTS credit||1 ECTS credit (has to be recognized by your faculty)|