Is this clinic for you?
Try this quiz: In your team
lately, have you noticed more:
Worn out, pressured?
No 'fun', no energy?
Distancing or disconnection?
If you ticked 3
-- come along!
What People Say...
about our EI programs
“Powerful, practical & impacting with great take away tools. I recommend
Robinson, Community worker
Work was great. If you ever have a chance to do this course, grab it!
And the guide? Wow, this is a great resource – well set out and most
comprehensive” Judy Salk, The Cathedral School, Townsville
useful & interesting. EI is the skill to have if you want to have a
career as a leader” Jill Silvey, Centrelink
great learning experience - useful, enjoyable, informative and
relevant... a well balanced mix of theory, practical and humour in a
relaxed atmosphere.” Mickey Polkinghorne, Dept of Communities
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SETI Dimensions for
more positive, connective and
is Socially Intelligent
Intelligent Leadership is
a special cluster of emotional competencies that determines how well you
connect, empathise, relate and get along in your team. It’s about
staying on the positive side of teams and helping them develop what we
call S E T I –
no, not the
Search for Extra-Terrestrial
Intelligence – Social and Emotional Team Intelligence
– every team could do with more of it.
This clinic shows leaders how
with 10 SETI Dimensions to connect better and
build more emotionally intelligent teams;
help them build resonance, respect, resilience, connectivity and
cohesion – qualities that contribute dramatically to superior team
Though we all
probably know a few aliens in our team or wonder what planet some people
come from, SETI is not science fiction, it’s
science-fact. Everything that happens in a team can be traced back to SETI. The inner-space, not the outer-space, is the new frontier for
high-performing teams. No matter what kind of team, or what type of work
it does, every team on planet earth relies for its effectiveness and
productivity, on emotional interactions. SETI is the new science of
getting along well with others – and research reveals that this ability
may account for as much as 40% of team performance...
Vulcans and cyborgs aside, it’s
impossible for a group of earthlings to interact without emotions. We’re
brain-wired to. Some interactions and emotions are constructive – they
contribute to team cohesion and collaboration. Others are destructive.
They threaten teams with disintegration. We all need SETI because teams
by their very nature, are social entities first, work vehicles second.
That’s the order it happens in. Teams need to be able to handle the
whole inner-space continuum of both beneficial and disruptive emotions
that manifest amongst its members.
Individuals need emotional intelligence
to manage their own emotions and navigate relationships - and the team
as an entire entity needs social intelligence to handle the inevitable
conflicts that arise, persevere in the face of setbacks, tackle tough
challenges, connect, get along well with team-mates, read what’s going
on for each other and harness the energy to take concerted action.
That’s where our clinic on
Leadership: Building Emotionally Intelligent
Teams comes in. Why not
beam down and boldly go to this clinic to find out more about the 10
SETI Dimensions that can put your team light years ahead. Aliens and
Men-in-Black attend free of charge!
Social Intelligence: EI in Teams cover?
While we naturally work in teams to
achieve things we can’t do alone, working well together in them doesn’t
come so naturally. We have to learn how to do this. This
for team leaders and members takes you through a series of activities
10 Dimensions for EI Teams that
help you in a hands-on way to:
Boost your level of social intelligence
and emotional awareness
Build positive emotional states like
resilience, tolerance and respect
Measure the emotional temperature of
Create more cohesion and connectivity
in your team
Apply 5 keys of team behaviour –
likingness, safety, empathy, support, feedback
Temper the impact of toxic emotions on
Reinforce relationship builders like resonance and
This clinic includes a comprehensive self-coaching
Toolkit to help you and your team start putting tools into practice
back-at-work. You can get some background to our ideas on EI in
Teams in our free FactFile:
10 Dimensions for EI Teams.
Why not try our pre-workshop
EI in Teams Quiz
to see what Dimensions your Team might benefit from
Who's this Clinic for?
Participants at our EI clinics come from
the ranks of leaders, professionals and workers of all sorts. We have
specialist EI clinics for leaders and staff but this clinic is for
anyone – leader or team members – who want to do something about
improving the emotional climate of the team they work in. We often find
that teams get better results when a number of people from the same unit
decide to come along together to do this work-out and plan changes.
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See our current Schedule of Public Programs for dates and locations of upcoming clinics near
In-House Clinics are
also an option...
All Change Forum scheduled programs can be delivered
in standard format or tailored to suit particular team or
organisation learning priorities or integrated as part of a more
comprehensive workplace improvement project.
We also work directly with teams in
their own organisation to assist with overcoming challenges holding the
team back Starting out with an in-depth SETI Survey or a
Team Culture and Functionality Survey we review where the team is
currently at and then decide together on key team improvement priorities
for the team to put into practice.
Contact us to start a
conversation about what's going on in your
team and ways we can assist...
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