E I Games Launches Emotional Intelligent Diversity Inclusion and Equity Course in Breakthrough Online Format
E I Games LLC, makers of award-winning game-based business simulation training has launched a new course and simulation in Diversity, Inclusion and Equity now offering companies an uplifting and contemporary approach to the subject in a highly engaging on-line format.
Intrapreneurship is a system which allows an employee to act like an entrepreneur within an organization. Intrapreneurs are self-motivated, proactive, and action-oriented people who have leadership skills and think outside the box.
According to Pinchot, intrapreneurs are both employees and leaders of a large organizations that act similar to entrepreneurs in terms of e.g. self-motivation, creativity and pro-activity.
INTRODUCTION TO EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AT WORK
An inspired Online Video Course from renowned industry guru and best-selling author Kevin Allen followed up by an engaging and award winning Emotional Intelligence based leadership game featuring: Leading with emotional intelligence, empathy, belief systems, emotional motivators, managing resistance, seizing a setback, making a case, inspiring your team and motivational communication
If you’ve taken even a moment to browse our website, you’ve likely come across the term “gamified learning”, alternatively known as “gamification”, gamified learning is actually a quite simple concept.
According to a research published in the New York Times by Jeffrey Selingo, only less than 40 percent of students who make it to college graduate in four years. Here are a few of the reasons why students are dropping out of college.
Earning a college degree is the only way for many students to unlock their career opportunities, but the cost can be prohibitive. Education costs have risen at an alarming rate, with students at public four-year colleges paying over $36,000 in tuition, fees, accommodation, and board fees. Their counterparts in private schools are spending an average of $46,000. The rising cost of tuition is out of reach for many students, and this can have a direct impact on the college dropout rate. Many students have issues finding money to clear the exorbitant cost of a college degree and are forced to either delay their graduation or drop out of school.
WE ARE DELIGHTED TO SHARE THIS PIECE FROM THE MIAMI NEW TIMES, WHICH SUMMARIZES THE AMAZING JOURNEY OUR FOUNDERS,
KEVIN AND KARL ALLEN, HAVE UNDERTAKEN AND
HOW IT LED TO THE CREATION OF THE DIVERSITY, INCLUSION AND EQUITY GAME.
IT IS NOW AVAILABLE AND WE ARE ECSTATIC TO SHARE IT WITH EVERYONE!
Change an organization’s values and culture! Participants face the challenges and dilemmas of building a culture of Diversity, Inclusion and Equity, in an organization with a poor track record. Participants will be moving through subjects of identity, bias, anti-oppression and will apply an emotional intelligent approach to building culture of Diversity and Inclusion. Real people across the diversity spectrum will offer their help in building safe spaces for all.
By applying proven, practical emotional intelligence skills it is how to achieve entrepreneurial success! “E.I. Games’ Fireworks gets you much closer to a real-world experience than you can ever capture from a textbook about entrepreneurship. Fireworks is emotionally engaging, appropriately demanding, and rewarding when you succeed—just like being an entrepreneur really is.”Dr. Dennis Trinkle, Director, Center for Information and Communication Sciences.
1. Leadership and management
2. Creative problem solving and design thinking
We implement these tools in our LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT WITH EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE GAME. This game focuses on leading teams using emotional intelligence by building self awareness, empathy and understanding.
As a professor myself, I can relate to an article in Forbes magazine pertaining how a new report suggests college students are studying more.
I give my students "office hours" though I make myself available at odd times. First-year students whom the college experience can remain a mystery, I find it very encouraging to see the study that underscores the importance of engagement and coaching with the first-year students which is what I provide myself and being there for my students as they need it the most and works greatly with student success.