Emotional Intelligence is divided into four areas :

 

 

Self-Awareness

 Knowing who you are, your beliefs, your emotions and your behaviour patterns and how they affect others.

Social Awareness

Developing a positive view of others, understanding basic human emotional needs, understanding empathy and personal integrity.

 

Self-Management

 Learning to manage emotions, self-control, motivation and achievement orientation, problem-solving and adaptability.

 

Relationship Management

Developing skills for listening to others and empathy, healthy assertiveness, conflict resolution, supporting and affirming others.

 

The purpose of this program is to help grow and develop children's social and emotional skills (Emotional Intelligence), address specific issues such as bullying, self-image and confidence as well as the general well being of the child or teenager.

 

The coaching program is designed to build confidence and self-esteem in children and teens, help them to deal with emotions, build self-awareness, develop coping skills, prevent bullying and improve general behaviour and relationships. This is achieved by developing Emotional Intelligence and character building.

 

Emotional Intelligence is not just important for our well-being and relationships but it also plays an  important role in the workplace.  Employers are not only looking at potential employees qualifications and experience but also at soft skills.  According to a CareerBuilder Survey by Harris Poll, the top 10 soft skills are :

1. Strong work ethic
2. Dependable
3. Positive attitude
4. Self-motivated
5. Team oriented
6. Organized
7. Works well under pressure
8. Effective communicator
9. Flexible
10. Confident.