EQ Not IQ: The Power of Intention
EQ is the Secret in Attaining Optimal Performance Presentation
Stress can distract you from being productive and achieving your full potential. It’s not possible for you to eliminate all the stress in your life, but what if you had the skills to cope with stress so that you could maximize your talent, realize great results at work, and live a happy life?
$995 plus travel expenses including hotel, transportation, and meals.
This one hour interactive presentation is centered on the fundamentals of EQ – Emotional Intelligence (Quotient) – and on what impact The Power of Intention has on optimal performance. So far, 98% of the people who have participated in this workshop believe that we’ve made a compelling case for EQ (vs. IQ) as the key to attaining optimal performance and over 99% have said that it was a great investment of their time.
It was created to stimulate interest in our EQ Not IQ: Foundations™, EQ Not IQ: Advanced™ and EQ Not IQ: Ultimate ™ programs but it stands by itself as an important and impactful developmental experience for participants. Our celebrated program, EQ Not IQ Mastery™, has proven to produce dramatically positive results in building neuropathways that lead to positively evolved habits. Look at these results from eight years of research – they are startling by any standard:
- Increased productivity – participants in this research and development project have achieved 50% to 400% improvement in their productivity relative to their peers which, for those in sales professions, has led to an average increase in sales of 25%.
- Decreased Stress scores – down 26%
- Decreased Anger scores – down 13%
- Increased Vitality scores – up 10%
- Increased Quality of Life scores – up 12%
- Increased Positive States scores – up 19%
The presentation opens with a focus on past historical paradigms and why EQ is growing as new paradigm and a better harbinger of optimal performance than IQ alone. The science of Psychology is defined as is a new relative, neuroscience and why the business community is the beneficiary of this collaboration. Then we explain the need for balance between the predominant “hard skills” we acquire during our formal education with more “soft skills”. This combination is what makes good organizations great organizations.
A review of EQ fundamentals is presented with colorful stories to dramatize the competencies that noted psychologist Reuven Bar-On has developed and we reference psychologist Robert Sapolsky’s National Geographic video entitled Stress: Portrait of a Killer. The balance of the presentation centers on the brain and its capacity to resist change and what we can do to interfere with this natural phenomena by using 8 different methods to support our intentions. We close with a review of psychologist Po Bronson from UCSF and his work on creativity. There is ample time for Q & A so that the audience can have any curiosities addressed.
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