“Emotions influence our lives in three ways: physiological, cognitive, behavioral”
Emotional Well-being is also a psychosocial factor in the field of occupational risk prevention. Psychosocial factors are those risk factors for health that originate in the organization of work and that generate responses of a physiological, emotional, cognitive, behavioral type and that can be precursors of diseases in certain circumstances of intensity, frequency and duration.
Emotional intelligence or emotional well-being is a term associated with companies for some time. Beyond passing fads, emotional intelligence has come to the world of work to stay. Companies demand professionals capable of identifying and managing their own and other people’s emotions, with social skills and the ability to adapt to different situations.
Emotions affect the behavior of employees in the workplace. The feelings and general character of a collaborator have a significant impact on their job performance, decision-making skills, team spirit, leadership and productivity.
Learning to manage emotions has a direct impact on creativity, flexibility, confidence, persistence and the achievement of goals.
In short, employees with emotional intelligence master self-control, are motivated and capable of motivating, have a great capacity for persuasion and teamwork.
Workshops and Emotional Reset Retreat formats may be rewarded in whole or in part. ISDEC is registered by Fundae (State Foundation for Training and Employment), providing added value to our client companies in optimizing and managing their training credit.
ISDEC has developed the different learning and training formats to promote emotional well-being.