Emotions shape our behaviour, decision-making and interactions. They play a fundamental role in both our private and professional lives. It is therefore essential to be able to understand them for oneself and to be able to interact with those around us in the best possible way.
How can emotional competence be scientifically assessed? What to do when they are lacking? What are the links between learning and emotional competence?
Donald Glowinski, Director of Continuing Education in Emotional Competencies in the Workplace tells us some stories of emotions...
The continuing education session in Emotional Competencies in Professional Situations allows you to understand the central role of emotions and emotional competencies in professional worlds around two areas of interest: "Emotion, work and management" and "Emotion, childhood and learning".