Start Dates: TBC
Duration: This session runs on the below date:
6th October: 10am - 11:30am
Full Fee: €50
Network Members Fee: €30
Since the start of the pandemic, the continued disruption to many employees working lives due to COVID-19, whether going into work or working from home, has led to increased levels of anxiety, uncertainty, stress and in many cases, social isolation. Under normal circumstances, most people tend to be resilient and can adjust to pressure and increased demands. But with prolonged exposure to stress and uncertainty the mental and emotional skills that we all rely on to regulate our mood and make good decisions get worn down and our capacity to cope can be compromised. Reduced levels of coping makes us more susceptible to mental health difficulties. Common to all stress-related disorders is the feeling of a loss of control over one’s environment. And the stress of losing control leads to an experience of pervasive anxiety.
At its core Emotional Intelligence focuses on emotional regulation which is the ability a person has to exert control over his or her own emotional state. And the feeling of control is one of the wellsprings of mental health. By reducing the influence of negative emotions such as fear or anxiety, emotional intelligence, this fosters a calm mind and a greater cognitive focus. It provides us with access to positive emotions and more constructive behaviours in our work and personal lives.
In this 90-minute workshop, several strategies will be presented designed to manage emotional overload and protect mental health and well-being. It will provide participants with a set of skills and strategies that will help them to stay healthy and productive during these difficult and challenging times.
- Inputs and insights from psychological science
- How to recognise stress
- Regulating your own emotional states and maintaining energy and focus
Who is the webinar for?
This webinar is for attendees who want to learn more about how to protect their mental health and well being during and post pandemic.
Matthew Broderick is a leadership coach and trainer with RocheMartin, an international training and consulting organisation and creator of the Emotional Capital model of emotional intelligence and leadership, the ECR/ECR 360. With international experience working with senior leaders and teams across various cultures, Matthew is an expert in building emotional intelligence and effective leadership.
For the past 2 years he has worked in East Africa as a trainer, workshop facilitator and executive coach with a variety of clients across the embassy, NGO and business sectors including the United Nations, the Swedish and Irish embassies, the Hilton Hotel and blueMoon Ethiopia. He has conducted numerous EQ training courses and seminars in Ethiopia and Kenya with a diverse client base, including women empowerment networks, United Nations directors, NGO leadership teams, diplomats, Ethiopian entrepreneurs, and business executives.
In 2018, Matthew was selected as one of ten local coaches with Ethical Coach, an initiative seeking to bring quality leadership and team coaching to non-profit organisations addressing the greatest humanitarian and environmental challenges of our time.