A new approach to
Social Emotional Intelligence training
My approach to social emotional intelligence training has captured the attention of experts worldwide.
It has been called innovative, practical, more extensive ...and simpler to grasp than other models currently in use.
The success of this approach rests partly in the fact that it calls on learners to consider a higher purpose for social emotional intelligence training - namely to help people achieve healthy human relationships: with themselves, others and groups or communities to which they belong.
The approach I advocate helps individuals tap into the needs that live behind their feelings in order to regulate their emotions...and develop strategies to improve their lives. This practice also draws on the principles of Non-Violent Communication (NVC), prompting people to see the humanity in everyone they encounter.
In keeping with the growing prevalence of social isolation, this approach also recommends a new competency absent from past approaches: interconnectedness – the awareness that we are all connected as humans, and that we share an ethical responsibility toward one another.