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Hiring for EQ
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Monday, 07 November 2011 21:35

HiringEQ


Overview: 

Being successful in today’s workplace depends greatly on our ability to understand and effectively manage their emotions, our own and those of others.

While IQ and technical competence will always be important selection criteria for promotions and hiring decisions, such competencies don’t predict who will emerge as a star performer or who will cause major headaches.

Emotional Intelligence research provides several key findings that offer organizations a competitive advantage in the marketplace if they adjust their hiring practices to screen for emotional intelligence.

The most important EQ research findings include the following:

  1. Emotions are contagious, especially those between the supervisor-employee relationship.
  2. Emotional Intelligence has been shown to predict work performance across a range of occupations and becomes more predictive of performance; the higher someone goes up the corporate ladder.
  3. Emotional Intelligence represents a range of skills that can be easily learned and developed


Each of these findings offers your organization insight into how to make sure you are bringing in the right people, blocking those who will be destructive, and properly developing new hires. Hiring for Emotional Intelligence is a one-day follow-up session to Mastering Emotional Intelligence Level 1.


Learning Outcome:

Hiring for Emotional Intelligence is a one-day follow-up session to Mastering EQ Level 1. The program’s overall objectives are to help your recruiters and managers do the following:

  • Spot qualified candidates high in EQ, so you can multiply the presence of emotional intelligence skills throughout your organization.
  • Hone their radar for evidence of low EQ behaviors, so you can avoid hiring people who will become toxic to morale or may drive up unhealthy turnover rates.
  • How to identify and evaluate EQ skills both inside and outside of the formal interview to maximize a successful hiring process.


Course Outline:

  • Discover how Emotional Intelligence is used in the interview process.
  • Explore what high and low EQ look and sound like at your organization.
  • Practice the 12 EQ interview questions that will reveal high or low EQ.
  • Engage with EQ scenarios and solve real interview challenges shared by others.
  • Craft custom EQ interview questions that fit your organization's culture and ask them in role-plays.
  • Learn how to gather additional EQ behavioral evidence outside of the formal interview.
  • Discuss with your fellow participants how to use the EQ evidence to summarize and evaluate. 

 

Methodology:

This course will be conducted through mini-lectures, interactive activities, games, role play, group discussions, case studies and online EQ (ME) Self-Appraisal.


Who Should Attend:

This course is suitable for all hiring leaders and managers who wish to effectively hire Emotional Intelligent individuals for employment. 


Course Duration:

2 days (9:00 am to 5:30 pm)

Public Seminars:

12-13 Sep, 2019 ($925 each). $525 each if you have completed Mastering Emotional Intelligence Level 1

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