Emotional Intelligence Tools to Survive Quarantine 15.04 17:30


Self-regulation tools to manage stress, anxiety, and unpleasant emotions can be difficult to develop on any regular day, however, with the new provisions put in place in response to COVID19, and people being quarantined, these tools are essential now more than ever. This online workshop will provide practical and tangible tools and tricks on how to self-regulate, manage your unpleasant emotions, and deal with the quarantine in a way that supports your mental and emotional health.

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After the session participants will:

  1. be able to define emotional intelligence and understand its components
  2. learn different tools and strategies to support self regulation and stress management (with particular emphasis on dealing with quarantine).
  3. create personal action plans for themselves on how to effectively manage their own stress and unpleasant feelings during quarantine

Target audience:

  • For managers, willing to support their teams better
  • For trainers, teachers and educators, willing to develop their toolbox
  • For caring relatives, searching for a way to build stronger relations
  • For anyone/ for general public

Trainer: Romy Solomon

Romy brings over 8 years of international training experience focused on leadership, emotional intelligence, and personal development. In 2018 she taught a course at Brown University, the Ivy League school in the U.S., called “Emotional Intelligence Based Leadership”. Romy is certified in experiential learning by David and Alice Kolb at the Institute of Experiential Learning and is certified in Experiential Critical Pedagogy by the International Experiential Learning Network. Romy has found her life purpose in empowering individuals to harness their own leadership potential through emotional intelligence and experiential learning.

Length: 2h

Track: Self-Leadership