Emotional Intelligence (EQ) was popularized in 1995 by author Daniel Goleman who teaches that a high IQ isn’t the most significant predictor of success in life and leadership. He believes that our EQ – our ability to relate to people and build relationships — is a far greater quotient in determining our success and earning potential. According to the Harvard Business Review, EQ is the leading factor in reaching our goals in all domains including career and financial, relationships, contribution, health and wellness, and living our chosen life with purpose. The five elements of Emotional Intelligence include:
Teen Leadership is a dynamic motivational and leadership training for teens between the ages of 13 and 17 who have a sincere commitment to create extraordinary results in academics, sports, relationships, and all areas of their lives. The course gives teenagers the opportunity to discover and redesign the limiting beliefs they have about themselves and others. It’s these self-imposed limitations that keep them from fully achieving their maximum capabilities. This redesign allows them to pursue their dreams and goals with new freedom and passion, and to create a solid foundation of powerful tools to use the rest of their lives in relationships, conflict management, and self discipline. During the three days of training, students will participate in experiential education designed to create long-term results in the areas of: confidence, self-discipline, real and relevant relationship building, accountability, time management, public speaking, possibility thinking, team concepts (creating win/win), responsibility, honoring your word, and integrity.
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