Emotional intelligence (EQ) is “the ability to identify, use, understand, and manage emotions in positive ways to relieve stress, communicate effectively, empathize with others, overcome challenges, and defuse conflict.”*
*As defined by helpguide.org
Our Survival Instinct/Neurobiology of the Brain
World of Emotions/Four Major Moods
Handling Adversity/Options for Conflict
Four Powerful Body Dispositions
The Four Components of Trust
Transforming Stress and Enabling Change
The Emotional Quotient assessment measures the ability to sense, understand, and effectively apply the power and acumen of emotions.
The Workplace Stress Quotient assessment reveals underlying stressors in seven key areas of an organization, that can hamper productivity, crush culture, decrease motivation, and inflate medical costs.
Transforming Stress/Enabling Change
Relaxation and Meditation Techniques
Attaining Better Sleep
Time and Energy Management
Goal Setting/Creating Life on Purpose
Experiencing More Joy and Abundance
Robin has presented several times to the employees at SCF and since then, we have seen increased numbers. She always generates lots of great questions from staff and is really just a solid GREAT presenter. Super well prepared, extremely knowledgeable and makes the material personable and relatable. She gets really good reviews from our staff as well.
—T.P., State College of Florida