Date(s) - 17/09/2019
6:20 pm - 8:00 pm
Managing emotions in the workplace is an important part of today’s health and wellbeing at work agenda – and looking after your own and others’ mental health at work is rightly receiving much attention within the workplace.
This session will introduce Daniel Goleman’s five components of Emotional Intelligence and we’ll look at how an understanding of Emotional Intelligence can help improve mental health at work.
This event is suitable if you work on your own or work in a team – the session is also suitable for anyone who manages others – or is managed by others!
We’ll be looking at simple, everyday techniques that can be used to help manage emotions at work as well as giving you an opportunity to share your own tips and techniques for remaining calm when you’re feeling stressed, tired and…emotional.
Jon has recently completed a four year project to help Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust improve patient experience and looking at emotional intelligence formed a key part of the project.
Room: N31 (3rd Floor)
Nottingham Trent University
50 Shakespeare Street
Building Entry: Accessed by coming in through the Newton reception at the City Campus
Newton building, Main Entrance, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus,Nottingham - Goldsmith Street