The Center for Emotional Intelligence conducts research and supports people of all ages to develop emotional competencies.
Today we are living in a dynamic and complex environment . In this situation of increased complexity and change , there has been a re-examination of the factors contributing to personal and professional effectiveness. Increasingly, the older notion of intelligence and technical competence being the sole predictors of effectiveness is being contested. Some interesting new ideas in this regard are the concepts of Multiple Intelligence put forth by Howard Gardner and Emotional Intelligence popularized by Daniel Goleman. These broader forms of intelligence have been found to be useful in multitude of situations, including jobs. Emotional Intelligence relates to – sensitivity to and management of self-in relationships .Empirical evidence has suggested that Emotional Intelligence (EI) competencies are at the heart of effective personal and workplace relationships and performance. Given this interest in emotional intelligence and the wide spread recognition of its salience in enhancing success and well being, IILM center for Emotional Intelligence has been established to support and develop emotional competencies amongst all generations.
The Center for Emotional Intelligence conducts research and supports people of all ages to develop emotional competencies. Through personal coaching and training lead to improvements in emotional skills, personal effectiveness, and well-being in organizations, academia and schools. Finally the Center will use the power of emotions to create a healthier, productive, and sustainable society, today and for future generations.
- We offer EI Assessment, workshops, coaching for the following:
- Enhancing relationships at schools – Working with Counselors, Teachers & Parents
- Fostering Healthy Workplace Engagement with EI – MNCs and PSUs
- Creating a space for nurturing the youth – Working with College faculty
Dr. Megha Pushkarna (PhD Psychology) is a Psychologist for the past 10 years specializes in Counseling issues related to mental well-being. She has been actively involved in cognitive behaviour therapy for anxiety and depression in a clinical setup. Dr Pushkarna specializes in Psychometric testing and analysis for children, adolescents and adults. She practices emotional counselling using rational emotive therapy (RET) and cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) for overcoming mental distress and worries. Dr Pushkarna assists clients to manage concerns in their personal as well as professional life that can increase their coping skills. This is done with the help of identifying personal strengths and self-training to mobilize the same. Read more…
Dr. Ramya Dwivedi has done her doctorate in Geriatric Psychology from the University of Lucknow. Her thrust areas comprise of geriatric health and care, cognition and neuropsychology. She has also done her post-doctoral research at a memory clinic under Department of Neurology, Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS), Punjagutta, Hyderabad. She has taught various courses like Counseling Psychology, Personality, Social Psychology, Positive Psychology, Cognitive Psychology etc. She has also published research and review articles both in national and international journals and participated in conferences both at the national and international stand. Read more…
Monika has over 10 years of work experience in academics and corporate.She did her doctoral work from Indian Statistical Institute, kolkata in the area of team efficiency. Her core skills are in the area of psychometrics, research, and applied social psychology. She has published her work in national and international journals. Her research interests are in the area of psychological assessments, family and marriage, educational psychology and media etc. She has conducted workshops for school teachers and students on life skills.
Ms Megha Kochhar is a Psychologist with an experience of more than 10 years in the field of Psychology and is also a Life skills coach. She has her expertise in teaching industrial Psychology, HRM, Military Psychology, Positive Psychology, Training, career Testing & psychometric analysis. Emotional Intelligence is her keen research area and has also conducted sessions for training in the same. Self is an important dimension for the overall development of an individual and she is a trained Personality etiquette and grooming professional and has conducted numerous workshops on business communication, personality, stress management, excellence at work for students and working professionals. Being a behavioural expert on body language she also has more than 8 years of experience in Career profiling and guided counselling. Her passion for the subject motivates her to take up each assignment as a challenge to deliver excellence and bring about positive changes in people’s life.
This was a 3.5 hour workshop for school teachers wherein the participants discovered the importance of emotional intelligence in daily life through activities. Further, through audio visuals, discussions and role plays they uncovered ways to improve their self-awareness, vocabulary of emotions, self-regulation, empathy and managing relationships – all aspects of Emotional Intelligence. The workshop ended with a discussion on how EI can be woven into classroom teaching methods and the difference it can make therein.
This was a 3.5 hour workshop for faculty wherein the participants discovered the importance of emotional intelligence in daily life through activities. Further, through audio visuals, discussions and role plays they uncovered ways to improve their self-awareness, vocabulary of emotions, self-regulation, empathy and managing relationships – all aspects of Emotional Intelligence. The workshop ended with a discussion on how EI can be woven into classroom teaching methods and the difference it can make therein.
This was a 1.5 hour interactive session with students of class 11, wherein the participants learnt to differentiate emotional intelligence from traditional intelligence quotient. They were exposed to a richer vocabulary of emotions, with some tips to recognize and name the emotions they are feeling. Through activities they learnt how to increase their self-awareness. Simple tools for self-management along with an overview of developing empathy and managing relationships were also covered briefly.