Embodied Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
Tap Into The Wisdom Of Your Body To Thrive At Work
Meet the Teachers
Neelu Kaur is a Corporate Trainer, Leadership Coach, and a Yoga/Ayurveda expert. She holds a BS from NYU Stern School of Business and an MA in Social & Organizational Psychology from Columbia University. She has 15 years of experience specializing in Adult Learning & Leadership Development in large corporations ranging from Financial Services, Consulting to Tech. Neelu is a certified Yoga Instructor and Ayurveda Specialist focused on bringing mindfulness and stress management practices to individuals and organizations.
Erica Barth is a facilitator of Connection, Collaboration, and Change. She is the owner of NYC’s top rated Harlem Yoga Studio and holds a BS from the Wharton School and an MA in Social and Organizational Psychology from Columbia University. She has over 15 years of experience working in and with fortune 500 companies in Marketing, Consulting and Organizational Development. Erica is a 500-hour certified Yoga Instructor and a board member for Exhale to Inhale, a non-profit bringing Trauma Informed Yoga to survivors of Sexual Assault and Domestic Abuse.
Why Emotional Intelligence?
Emotional Intelligence can:
- Improve the ability to focus on tasks
- Improve working memory
- Reduce emotional reactivity
- Alongside 33 workplace skills EQ is the strongest predictor of performance, explaining a full 58% of success in all types of jobs¹
- The link between EQ and earning is SO direct that every point increase in EQ adds $1,300 in Annual Salary¹
Why Embodied EQ?
Erica and Neelu help you access and realize your EQ by incorporating tools and techniques of Yoga, Mindfulness, breathing exercises and Ayurveda in order to tap into the wisdom inherent in your body.
- 40% of workers report their job as extremely stressful, and 25% view their job as the number one stressor in their lives²
- An estimated one million workers are absent every day due to stress²
- Moment by moment awareness of our bodies has proven to be directly related to our stress response and resilience
- Practices utilizing the body throughout the workday, such as standing desks and physical microbreaks have already proven to increase productivity between 15% to 45%³
¹ Talent Smart
² American Institute of Stress