Most managers get to be managers because of their technical expertise, seniority, or a relationship with a decision maker. It’s not usually because someone is inspiring, engaging, able to ignite passion, or care about the people they manage. Hence, there are far more managers than leaders in this world. If you have a great leader as a manager, you’re one of the lucky ones. So, how do we at DRW transform managers into leaders?
We break down leadership into its component parts (self-knowledge, relationship-building, effective communication, team effectiveness) and then we break down those component parts further (emotional intelligence competencies) and teach them to managers in interactive workshops and one-one coaching sessions so organizations can increase their bottom-line results.
ncorporating an understanding of emotional intelligence into your workplace can improve effective leadership and teamwork and increase bottom-line results!
Research shows that Emotional Intelligence is linked to:
Higher sales and profits
Improved customer satisfaction
Decreased attrition rates
Reduction in training cost