Carpe Verum

Personal Development

Personal Development

Mastering Yourself

Emotional intelligence

The intelligent quotient (IQ) is the traditional method to measure intelligence. Many researchers explored beyond rigid and positivistic research and ways of knowing. One essential measure of intelligence is “Emotional Intelligence”.

Salovey and Mayer (1990) defined EI as being able to monitor and regulate feelings to guide thought and action through five basic competencies: self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills.

Goleman (1995) built upon their work and described EI as abilities that are distinct and complementary to the cognitive abilities measured by IQ. EI is a capacity for recognizing our own feelings and those in others for the purpose of motivating and managing our relationships and ourselves.

In this workshop, we explore the research and practical world of emotional intelligence and its importance in the different aspects of our lives.


We can all recognize a good leader when we see one but defining what qualities and practises a good leader has can be difficult. In fact, the one thing that researchers seem to agree on regarding leadership is that they don’t always agree.

Are great leaders defined by their accomplishments? Are leaders defined by the appraisal of their followers? Is nature or nurture the more important factor in determining leadership? Can leadership be learned, or is there a magical combination of trait, behaviour and situation that allows leaders to rise to the occasion?

Enlightenment is not just one state

We are very honored to announce that our courses and workshops are given by the top academics and businessmen and women in the field, offering  several courses aimed at giving a new outlook to teaching, using several quality features that will increase the speed and capacity of learning.