Spiritual Intelligence: Growing individuals, teams and your business performance

schedule 04:30 PM - 04:50 PM place EN 103 (L100) people 37 Attending

This session explores the power of individuals finding meaning within work groups and organisations. By investing time in personal and team values while exploring the drivers of emotional intelligence, Charlie and Dion use examples from their diverse careers to show the benefits that can be applied to business performance.

You will leave with an overview of the basics of spiritual intelligence and inspiration to further explore how finding the humanity in your workplace can make you and your team work smarter.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

Through a series of stories, Charlie and Dion will cover the following topics in this 20 minute talk:

  1. Creating meaningful connections
  2. Find the humanity in what you do
  3. Individual journeys to team discoveries 
  4. Impact for the workplace
  5. The QI connection
  6. Business performance improvement

Learning Outcome

You will leave with an overview of the basics of spiritual intelligence and inspiration to further explore how finding the humanity in your workplace can make you and your team work smarter.

Target Audience

Anyone who wants their workplace to be meaningful and rewarding. Anyone who personaly lacks motivation or sees motivation lacking in teams or work places.

Prerequisite

Participants need come simply with an open mind and heart, and the willingness to role model change.

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