“How To Use Your Emotional Intelligence to unlock Creative Thinking” Webinar
When we learn how to use our emotions to impress the mind or move our feelings into a space where they can help us to come up with
When we learn how to use our emotions to impress the mind or move our feelings into a space where they can help us to come up with ideas and solve problems in a creative way we are using our emotional intelligence to further our aims and achieve our goals.
In the 4th industrial revolution world of extraordinary innovation and constant disruption the ability to think creatively has never been more important. Indeed researchers at the World Economic Forum contend that creative thinking is third on the list of the most important skills required by knowledge workers and leaders in 2020 and beyond.
Please join Philip Sykes and Richard Cullinan from the British School of Etiquette on 15 October for a free CPD webinar which will help you to understand the connection between emotional intelligence and creative thinking.
Philip and Richard will be answering 5 key questions to help you expand your mind and develop your perspective on creative thinking:
1.Why is emotional intelligence an important key that unlocks creative thinking and innovation?
2. How do positive emotions affect creative thinking?
3. How do negative emotions affect creative thinking?
4. How does our physical environment affect creative thinking?
5. How do leaders use their emotional intelligence to unlock their employees creative thinking and problem-solving abilities?
Philip Sykes is the UK’s leading etiquette trainer and consultant with a global reputation for professional excellence. He has more than 25 years’ experience of engaging with clients at the highest level to bring the transformational power of etiquette to the forefront of their business and personal lives.
Richard is a transformational facilitator, instructional designer, executive coach, writer and public speaker. He is a subject matter expert in emotional intelligence, agile team leadership, business coaching, high performance selling, customer service, time management and goal setting, presentation skills and business writing.
(Thursday) 2:00 pm
CPD Standards Office