The following prices are for a one-day EQ workshop based on the number of attendees.


50 or fewer attendees............................$4500

50-150 attendees....................................$7000

150-250 attendees..................................$8500


Over 250 attendees, please call and discuss. 

Alex Karimi is currently on a tour of East and West Europe providing the same great advice to our European friends. He will be available for speaking engagements at the beginning of May 2019.

Fees

More and more companies request "Emotional Intelligence" or "EQ" workshops for their workforce. Zand Institute provides a full day workshop which includes activities, teachings, handbooks, and workbooks.  

Speaker Alex Karimi is currently on a tour of East and West Europe providing the same great advice to our European friends. He will be available for speaking engagements at the beginning of May 2019..

This one day workshop is all you need to make a huge change in your workforce attitudes and improving working environment which will result in better productivity. 


The workshop can be designed for groups of up to 250 participants. Larger audiences can be accommodated with a slight increase in the fees. See our Fee Schedule below.

What is Emotional Intelligence?

Emotional intelligence describes the ability to understand one"s own feelings. It also provides great insight on how emotion influences motivation and behavior. The concepts of Emotional Intelligence have been around since the early 20th century, but the term was first introduced by Wayne Payne in 1985. 

In the workforce today, businesses are now structured in a way that almost everyone has some level of decision-making ability. Whether the  [emotional quotient] decisions are big or small, they have a direct impact on how successful, efficient and effective individuals are on the job.

As a result, it is becoming more and more important for employees to focus on and improve their 
decision-making abilities. This may seem as simple as learning from our mistakes, but it really starts at a much deeper level. Making better decisions starts with understanding your own Emotional Quotient (EQ).

One Day Workshop