Workplace Emotional Intelligence
What other people say
What other people say
"The work related exercises were very inspiring. To summarize, great course full of interesting theories and practice, but more crucial, a new way to think about self and human relations." Mirela Zang
"I am leading a team of support workers, and I took this course because I wanted to improve my leadership skills. I had took some courses within my former employer, so I can hardly do any comparison. But I can say that Camelia's was an outstanding training programme. One of the best I undertook. Practice and theory." Jeff Homes
The Hidden Driver of Excellence
Camelia has developed a focused collection of approaches to working in the field of Human Behaviour and Emotional Intelligence. She has spent the past fourteen years studying what it takes to be the best one possible can in this life.
At the moment, Camelia is teaching Emotional Intelligence to Corporate Leaders and Employees. She is also teaching Nonviolent Communication mainly to the Not for Profit sector.
I was drawn to the idea of studying the human mind since I was very young. The courses that I took at the University included neurology and sociology together with psychology.
I was from early stages of my studies attracted by the work of David Clarence McClelland (May 20, 1917 – March 27, 1998), an American psychologist noted for his work on the Motivation Need Theory. He was best-known for his theory of the Drive to Achieve and he developed methods for assessing the competencies that distinguished star performers from average.
Later, I included in my studies Resistance to Change, and other psychology subjects that led me to the conclusion that human performance and effectiveness, as well as excellence in managing self and relationships, are closely linked to emotional competence.
The research that I did on work performance led me realise that emotional intelligence abilities are essential. I found the role of emotional intelligence in leadership particularly captivating.
My University studies of over six years, took me on an amazing journey of decoding the human mind and more specifically decoding the complex and complicated world of emotions.
I studied Hypnotherapy to better understand the power of suggestion, as well as Neuro Linguistic Programming and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
Greater Emotional Intelligence enhances one’s life immensely! Our bodies and minds are energy systems and thoughts and emotion are the main energy regulators.
Emotional intelligence can be developed, that’s the good news! The not so good news is that it cannot be done overnight, or over a single weekend workshop. It takes a bit of time, willingness and practice.
I invite you on a journey of self-discovery to get in touch with the real you, your full potential in all your roles.
"My intention is to build a culture of emotionally intelligent people, and guide them in a journey through scientific insights into the human emotions. My aim is to bring greater understanding of what guides us in our lives and to understand what it means and how to bring intelligence to emotion.
What comes from the heart, goes to the heart. I sense. I feel. I am alive, I am real. I am everything I want to be. I AM." Camelia