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Is Your Workforce Blessed With Emotional Intelligence?

Failing to Promote Emotional Intelligence Can Be Costly

Some Sobering Statistics

42% of employees who rate their managers poorly leave for another job.

88% of job applicants consider workplace culture as an important factor.

80% of workplace accidents are attributed to stress.

Poor workplace culture increases errors by 60%.

Poor workplace culture decreases share price by 37%.

Emotionally Intelligent Managers Solve Most of These Problems

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These Problems Can Be Reversed

People CAN improve their emotional intelligence.

Emotionally intelligent people engender cooperation.

Emotionally intelligent workforces are more productive.

Emotionally intelligent people litigate less often.

Corporations Have Emotional Intelligence Too

Individuals have their own EQ

But the corporation sets the tone, it starts there.

An emotionally intelligent workforce takes planning.

Understand conflict

Conflict is sometimes obvious, but not always. It is important to understand what is happening, whether conflict exists and where it comes from.

Learn to listen

So often, conflict develops and escalates because people don’t listen to each other. When people listen properly, many problems disappear.

Learn to Respond

Once you understand someone is distressed, how do you respond? The right response can solve the problem - an important skill to learn and practice.

Learn to Negotiate

Most conflict requires some negotiation to develop solutions. Working for Win-Win solutions allows both parties to accept the outcome.

Challenging People

15% of people have personality styles that can be challenging especially during conflict. Understanding the challenges can create solutions.

Self Reflection

Reflecting on interactions, relationships and yourself can change perspective and suggest a different, more successful approach.

MEET NEIL

Dr Neil Schultz

Unique Skills

Decades of experience helping people navigate conflict.

Now striving to help people live and work together by preventing toxic conflict through better communication.

MEET NEIL

Dr Neil Schultz

A Unique Set of Skills

Decades of experience helping people navigate conflict.

Worked in general medicine and surgery, and specialised in psychological medicine.

Consulted for various insurance companies and their client corporations on situations where conflict had created psychological damage and organisational dysfunction.

Consulted for the Department of Public Prosecutions and NSW Police on matters under investigation and before the court to establish theories of criminal behaviour in those matters.

Consulted for Departments of Veteran’s Affairs and Defence on the impact of conflict on veterans and the risk to new recruits.

Consulted for defence counsel on matters establishing psychological reasons for their client’s behaviour.

Consulted for the Department of Corrections assist inmates entangled in conflict severe enough to warrant prison.

Consulted thousands of individuals who were being personally impacted by conflict; some internal, some of their own making, and some imposed on them externally.

Worked in hedge funds with mathematical models of market forces, largely aligned with conflicting sides of macroeconomic models.

Legal and mediation training focusing on guiding parties toward win-win outcomes.

Now striving to help people live and work together by preventing toxic conflict through better communication.

Don't Just Take Our Word For It

Tiffany Baxter
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Neil is incredibly knowledgeable in the areas of human behaviour, conflict management, communication and all areas of life skills that support healthy functional relationships for individuals, teams and business alike. I can highly recommend Neil and his Communication Program. It is informative, easily to follow and will add enormous value to all who engage with it. Culture is built with the contribution of each individual and Neil's offering will go along way to building robust, productive and cohesive teams and businesses. Absolutely recommended
Patricia
Artfully Spun
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This is an exceptional series on communication and conflict resolution. The information presented by Dr Neil Schultz is well laid out and the exercises allow for reflection and expedited learning. These skills will no doubt serve as an invaluable adjunct to my own experience as my business grows. I look forward to the next series of lectures. Artfully Spun Upper Hunter, NSW
Hannah Stenstrom
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Neil is knowledgeable, non-judgmental, and friendly. I can highly recommend his communication and conflict management program. The step-by-step exercises which I applied to my everyday life were really useful. All in all, it was interesting, practical and thorough. Thanks!
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