Emotional Intelligence Mindset

Quick Details

Price:
7500
NPR
Starts:
July 27, 2020
Number of Sessions:
5
Total Hours:
10
Timings:
Monday mornings from 6:45 am to 8:45 am NPT

Who it is for

This course is designed to help working professionals who rely on people management to be effective in their roles. Individuals who lead teams in their organizations and are interested in developing the mindset and supporting skills to nurture positive relationships both in their personal and professional lives will benefit from the course.

What you will learn

  • Understand the causes and consequences of the two mindsets with which we approach our interpersonal relationships
  • Apply frameworks that help support and sustain the right mindset in understanding, managing, and expressing our emotions
  • Enhanced self-awareness to support growth in personal and professional life

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Who will facilitate the course

Photo of Sagar Satyal

Having represented Nepal in South Africa at the CIMA Global Business Challenge, in the year 2013, Sagar Satyal knew he wanted to work in education upon realizing the gulf between Nepal and the rest of the 23 other participating countries. When a near-death escape during the 2015 earthquake turned his life upside down, he was forced to reflect on the shortness of life and what really matters in the end. A self-directed learner, he was drawn to the concept of Emotional Intelligence.

What it is about

We work and play with individuals who have perceptions, thoughts, and feelings. Understanding feelings, talking about feelings, and managing feelings- are among the greatest challenges of being human. That is why, our ability (or inability) to manage ourselves and our relationships is one of the key determinants of the quality of our personal as well as professional life. This course is designed as a self-reflective learning experience that aims to help participants identify and understand reasons why we get entangled in interpersonal relationship problems and how we can get out of them to enjoy greater peace, understanding, and growth within ourselves and in our relationships with others.