Eton Institute, the UAE’s largest language training and professional development centre, is offering a one hour preview workshop, to cater to individuals who have a difficult time gauging others and controlling their own emotions in the workplace.
A whopping 80% of the UAE’s workforce spends a majority of their time in the workplace, therefore accumulating all kinds of emotions, relating to different situations. Not being able to understand as to why a superior is unhappy or a friction with a colleague, are very common scenarios faced every day by the working population.
Research conducted on the subject suggests that Emotional Intelligence can be learned and strengthened by identifying and assessing our own emotions, while recognising and understanding that of the others, be it an individual or a group of people. The result is the ability to maintain composure in various situations within the workplace as well as in your personal life.
Moaz Khan, Marketing Manager at Eton Institute explains: “The concept of Emotional Intelligence is something very new in the UAE and we are pleased to be the first to introduce it. The free preview workshop will benefit any individual tremendously in the workplace as well as in his/her personal relationships. There are four branches to Emotional Intelligence, perceiving emotions, reasoning with emotions, understanding emotions and finally managing emotions. If a person strengthens these branches they can perform more confidently and productively in the workplace.”
The free preview workshop in Emotional Intelligence will be conducted on Wednesday, 28th March from 7pm to 8pm at Eton Institute in Dubai Knowledge Village. Limited places are available on a first come first serve basis and prior registration is a must for anyone interested in attending this workshop.