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Set your students up for success with Emotional Intelligence (EI) training

Schools focusing purely on academics to measure student success create a high-stress environment in which students fail to learn essential life skills. Studies have found that Emotional Intelligence (EQ) skills outweigh IQ.

EQ helps students become better at identifying their emotions, working well with others, focus on their tasks and improve academic performance.

Research has shown that schools that build up their children’s emotional intelligence skills enjoy improved academic performance and a positive school environment.

EQ is what helps develop successful, well-adjusted confident adults who can build healthy relationships and achieve goals in life.

EQ Training for Students

The EQ training for students helps students identify and manage their feelings and deal with them in a healthy manner. It makes them sensitive to their peers’ feelings and stay calm under stress or pressure.

We deliver the training in a student-friendly format – which is easy to understand and implement. The training delivers practical tips that students can apply immediately.

Customised training sessions for students

We conduct sessions during term time, and training is customised to your school’s objectives. Contact EQ Academy for more information.

Key outcomes of emotional intelligence (EI) training for students

  • communicate their thoughts clearly to teachers and friends
  • build better relationships with peers and others with improved social skills
  • focus on classroom tasks and projects improving their academic performance
  • use EI strategies to manage their emotions and those of peers successfully
  • express their feelings in a positive manner without resorting to aggression or frustration
  • make teaching enjoyable for their teachers and instructors
  • take less risks because they understand the consequences
  • are self-confident and have high self-esteem

About USH DHANAK, EQ Trainer for Schools

Ush Dhanak is a certified Emotional Intelligence Coach and the CEO of Emotional Quotient (EQ) Academy, the online hub for emotional intelligence courses, workshops and EQ resources in Australia.

As an EQ Coach and Trainer, Ush works with well-known Australian organisations to coach their senior leadership and train teams to become emotionally intelligent. She also runs Emotional Intelligence (EI) training workshops for students and teachers, helping to build the next generation of EI leaders.

“A lack of emotional intelligence can prevent a student from succeeding in their adult life. If addressed at school level, emotional intelligence can help students learn all those skills necessary for success in the adult world leading to higher job satisfaction, better relationships, improved focus and goal setting.” Ush Dhanak.