Are you going through emotionally-charged challenges at work or in your business? How is your office dealing with conflict, miscommunication, and anger? How do you handle yourself and others in tough situations?
This program will help you learn the role of emotions in our daily life and the basics of emotional intelligence and its practical application. Vital emotional and social skills, based on the EI framework, are discussed to help you navigate the nagging issues and irritating challenges in your business or workplace.
After completing the course, you’ll understand the following relevant topics:
The Fundamentals of Emotional Intelligence
Emotional and Social Skills and their Practical Application
Career professionals and business owners who want to advance
This lecture focuses on the role and relevance of emotions in our daily existence and various life situations.
Here, the "DNA" or the four basic tenets of emotional intelligence, such as self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management, are discussed.
This lecture discusses the neuroscience of emotional intelligence and the brain's plasticity.
Recent emotional intelligence researches show its role in personal, academic, business, and career success.
In this lecture, some of the practical ways to know yourself are discussed.
This lecture shows how stress can affect your mental health and how you can manage it effectively.
This lecture shows the four practical steps in managing anger and how to use anger to your advantage.
This lecture discusses breathing exercises and progressive muscle relaxation.
In this section, visualization, diversion, socialization, and sleep hygiene are discussed.
This lecture discusses the role of thought restructuring in managing inappropriate or "twisted" thoughts.
This lecture differentiates assertiveness from aggression and passiveness, and shows the practical steps in assertiveness.
This lectures talks about the important rules or strategies of communication so other people will listen.
The seven steps in solving problems are discussed in this lecture.
As a practicing psychiatrist for over 20 years, Dr. Rayel live and breathe emotions. He has dealt with them every day and seen how unmanaged emotions impact people’s lives. Having honed and used emotional and social skills in his practice, he has witnessed some remarkable transformations among individuals and their families.
Moreover, he has seen the major role that emotions play in the workplace. As the site chief of a psychiatry department for many years, he has applied emotional intelligence in leading a group and in handling many emotional and interpersonal issues among coworkers.
As an entrepreneur, he has successfully used emotional intelligence in his businesses and has been its avid advocate. In fact a few years ago, he created the award-winning and well-received Oikos Game Series, an emotional and social skills games. To help educate the public about emotional intelligence, he offered EQ Webinars for personal and career success for a few years. Such web lectures were eventually incorporated into his recently-launched emotional intelligence coaching.
EQ Webinar Series
A 31-Day Series
Shrink’s First Aid Tips Series
Psychiatry Certification Examination Review Series
Psychopharmacology Review Series
First Aid Tips Lecture Series (Upcoming)
Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in general psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, and psychosomatic medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor, Discipline of Psychiatry, MUN
Site Chief, Department of Psychiatry
Owner and founder of small businesses
Inventor of emotional and social skills games (e.g. Oikos Game Series, Actus Tale, etc.)