Emotional intelligence - recorded webinar

Our ability to understand emotions is a lifelong skill. Emotional Intelligence (EI) helps us to perceive our own emotions as well as those around us, allowing us to regulate, respond and build relationships effectively. It is essential to all aspects of life. 

Audience: All doctors
Format: Webinar
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What to expect from the webinar

By developing EI you will see the positive impact that it can have on your day-to-day work, in your communication with patients and your team, and in your personal growth and wellbeing.

  • The webinar is up to one hour.
  • It is taught by a subject matter expert.
  • No preparation is needed, just bring a pen and paper if you want to make notes.
  • This webinar has already been recorded, so it isn't interactive.
  • A certificate of attendance will not be given for watching the recording of the webinar.


What you will learn

At the end of this recorded webinar, you will:

  • learn what the five key elements of EI are and how you can identify your areas of strength and build upon these.
  • understand how you can use your knowledge to inspire and continue to build your awareness of others' emotions and enhance your leadership development.
  • consider the impact of culture and EI in relation to your workplace.


Who is this webinar for?

  • Free for BMA members
  • All doctors and medical students.


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