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Beyond Workplace Politics: Using Social and Emotional Competencies

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Beyond Workplace Politics: Using Social and Emotional Competencies

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Price: $ 59.95+GST

Workplace politics encompasses the power and authority processes and behaviors that are at work in a particular workplace. It is how the links between people in the workplace work. There are workplace politics at play in every organization!In 1990, two American psychologists (Dr. Jack Mayer and Dr. Peter Salovey) purported that if there was a cognitive intelligence or IQ then there must be an emotional intelligence (sometimes known as EQ). Daniel Goleman, the co-founder of the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) theorized the social aspect of behavior as a complement to the emotional. His definition expanded to: “Social and emotional intelligence involves understanding your feelings and behaviors, as well as those of others, and applying this knowledge to your interactions and relationships.” In his work with CASEL he developed five interrelated sets of Social and Emotional Competencies: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Good Relationship Skills, and Responsible Decision Making. This course will explore the social and emotional competencies and their role in working beyond workplace politics!

Table of Contents

Beyond Workplace Politics – Using Social and Emotional Competencies

1. Course Overview

2. What is Workplace Politics?

Workplace Politics

3. Lessons from Social and Emotional Intelligence

History of Social and Emotional Intelligence

Defining Social and Emotional Intelligence

4. Self-Awareness

Understanding Self-Awareness

5. Self-Management

Understanding Self-Management

Improving Self-Management through Reflection

6. Social Awareness

Empathy, Organizational and Service Awareness

7. Good Relationship Skills

Identifying Relationship Skills

N’Derial III

8. Responsible Decision Making

Decision Making

Decision-Making Traps

Decision Wheel Method

9. Creating Your Workplace Philosophy

Philosophy Statement

10. Personal Action Plan

11. Recommended Reading List

12. Post-Course Assessment