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Office Coffee Break

Emotional Intelligence Matters For Wellbeing

Program Overview:

Emotional intelligence is a cornerstone for fostering positive interpersonal relationships and effective communication among employees. EI helps employees to better handle stress and setbacks, manage conflicts, make informed decisions, and contribute positively to the overall productivity and success of the organization.


Program Details: 


The program aims to help sharpen EI competencies to improve wellness, productivity, and engagement throughout the organization


Duration:  Three-hour session

Attendees: Maximum 10 Attendees.


The session aims to provide strategies and tools to help develop EI by covering the following:


  • What is EI and why does it matter for wellbeing?

  • Sharpen your emotional awareness.

  • The power of self-control.

  • Develop resilience in the face of challenges.



Afaf Ibrahim 

Co-founder l Senior HR Consultant- MHRS 

Founder l EI Coach- EI Australia 

Co-Founder l CEO- Erudite TS 

  • Leading authority in Leadership and Human Resources in corporate and government sectors 

  • A GENOS EI certified practitioner, NLP, and Life Coach 

  • Founder of Emotional Intelligence Australia and Partner-Consultant of Queensland Educational Leadership Institute (QELI) 

  • Recognized by CIO VIEWS Magazine as one of the top ten most influential people in the coaching and training industry in 2023

Afaf is a Senior HR Consultant and a certified Emotional Intelligence expert driving organizational performance and building a business’s competitive advantage in both the corporate and government arena. Afaf has worked in various sectors such as banking, telecommunication, manufacturing, and retail where she helps organizations enhance their emotional culture and business branding. She partners with internal and external stakeholders to assist in the space of talent acquisition, workforce planning, staff engagement, case management, and learning and development to help drive positive outcomes on the operational and strategic levels. 

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