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Master in Emotional Intelligence and Social Leadership

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Emotional intelligence is a process of personal and professional transformation that helps and facilitates the person with an effective education of their talent to achieve their achievement, influencing others to accompany them and lead a great personal, professional and social project. It is a necessary resource for personal and social awareness, based on techniques that come from philosophy, psychology and neuroscience, among others, to promote personal and professional growth of people.

Through the Emotional Intelligence process, the student deepens their knowledge, motivation and emotional self-regulation, and improves their empathy and social skills to better relate to people and be an example of change. In this fast-moving society in which we live and in which we are subjected to constant stress, Emotional Intelligence provides resources, techniques, tools and strategies to manage changes in personal and social behaviour.

The semi-face-to-face course is taught in three days of face-to-face classes and two days online.

Who is this course for

This Master is applicable in the personal, business, sports, educational, team and health fields, among others.

Through an experiential learning process, the person is accompanied in personal development and this translates into obtaining objectives that are considered extraordinary, being a model or example of change for oneself and for others.

SUBJECT MODULE

MODULE I: PERSONAL AND EMOTIONAL AWARENESS

Topic 1 Personal Awareness

Topic 2 Social competences

MODULE II: BALANCE AND CONFIDENCE THROUGH EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

Topic 1 Foundations of neutrality

Topic 2 Process to reach equilibrium

Topic 3 Enhancing commitment

Topic 4 Restoring trust

Topic 5 Knowing how to ask through our verbal and non-verbal language

Topic 6 Feedback to enhance balance and confidence

Topic 7 Strategies to meet our needs

MODULE III: IDENTIFY THE SHADOW AND ENCOURAGE THE BEING

Theme 1 The mask and the shadow

Topic 2 Identifying fears

MODULE IV: EDUCATE INTERNAL DIALOGUE

Topic 1 Identification of thoughts.

Topic 2 Ghosts of the mind.

Topic 3 The call of the other.

Topic 4 Discovering one's own identity.

Topic 5 Alone or accompanied?

MODULE V: CREATIVE EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

Topic 1 Creativity vs art

Topic 2 Creativity and attitude

Topic 3 New neural connections, working with the two hemispheres

Topic 4 Sensory acuity

MODULE VI: PREPARATION OF THE PATH OF LIFE THROUGH THE ARCHETYPES

Topic 1 The 12 archetypes of Carl Jung

MODULE VII: SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE

Topic 1 Interpersonal Intelligence: Social Skills

Topic 2 Social skills deficit

Theme 3 Labels

Topic 4 Communication

Topic 5 Assertiveness

Topic 6 Conflict Resolution

Topic 7 Emotions: Expression of affections

Topic 8 How to give criticism

Topic 9 Golden rules of communication

Topic 10 Social feelings. Envy, jealousy and lies

Topic 11 Nonviolent communication

MODULE VIII: COMMUNICATION AND MOTIVATION

Topic 1 Elements of effective communication.

Topic 2 Structure of speeches.

Topic 3 Types of speech.

Topic 4 The voice.

Topic 5 How to overcome stage fright.

Topic 6 Moderate and debate.

Topic 7 Audiovisual media.

MODULE IX: LEGACY

Topic 1 Principles, values ​​and competencies

Theme 2 Resilience

Topic 3 Personal and professional contribution

MODULE X: NEUROEMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE. BRAIN AND EMOTIONAL BIOLOGY

Topic 1 Brain chemistry

Topic 2 Brain connections

Topic 3 The sensory system

Topic 4 Biological bases of learning

Topic 5 Motivation and hemispheres

Topic 6 Neurobiology of affectivity

MODULE XI: MINDFULNESS

Theme 1 Neutrality through mindful practice

Theme 2 Meditation

Topic 3 Mental and emotional balance

Topic 4 Mindfulness and conscious observation

MODULE XII: PRACTICUM DEVELOPING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN
THE DIFFERENT PROFESSIONAL SECTORS: EDUCATIONAL, BUSINESS, SERVICES, HEALTH, SPORTS, LEGAL, PERSONNEL, ETC.,

Topic 1 Emotional Intelligence processes in the chosen field

Topic 2 Presentation and defense of the works

The steps to follow for the admission process are:

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Admission profile

Course aimed at professionals with a higher degree, preferably in Psychology, Sociology, Pedagogy, Philosophy, Law, Economics, Labor Sciences, and graduates in Labor and Business Relations, or professionals related to the specialty of the course

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Requirements

Advanced qualification in the training areas described.

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Admission request

The Master's applicants will send in digital format to the email admission@iunit.edu.es or by mail to the Admissions Department the following documentation:

  • Admission request completed (download it here).
  • Data veracity form completed (download it here).
  • Data Protection Form completed (download it here).
  • Passport or National Identity Document or equivalent.
  • CV (Updated Curriculum Vitae).
  • language certificate in the case of foreign students.
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Litigation, Arbitration

Upon receipt of the documentation, from IUNIT, we will contact the student to communicate their acceptance and the steps they must take to complete the registration and enrollment. The admissions department will communicate the acceptance to the interested party within a period not exceeding 5 days.

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Registration and registration

Once the admission to the program has been communicated, the student must pay the registration fee according to the chosen option. Likewise, from the communication of said admission, the candidate will have a period of 7 days to formalize the registration fees and the reservation of the place.

 
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