We are naturally social creatures. For the most part, our lives work better when we are engaged and connected with those around us. A person’s personal and professional experiences are meant to be rich with meaningful human interactions. We at the Institute rely on research in the fields of neuroscience and social, cognitive and developmental psychology to build our lesson plans. Science, translated into understandable knowledge units, has been poured into each lesson.

We divide the course into seven modules:

Ninety-five percent of what we think, say, and do is controlled by unconscious brain processing. Awareness of this fact allows us to understand why humans do what they do, and it gives us the opportunity to interrupt and change course as it is happening.

Our brains unconsciously put people into categories. Prejudice, even prejudices we aren’t aware of, comes naturally because of the way the human brain works. Awareness of this helps us understand peoples’ reactions and allows us to override our own prejudices.

Learning to talk to another person is a skill. Unfortunately, too many of us never learned how to do this. Obstacles often disrupt synchronicity, the biological process that allows us to “click” with another person as we are talking with them. Identifying obstacles that get in our way, along with practice, can make even “dreaded” face-to-face encounters interesting and enjoyable.

Forty percent of us have troubled past experiences that prevent us from having healthy and secure relationships. With careful reflection, this can be reversed.

Our unconscious brain has the ability to automatically inform us how others are feeling and thinking. Again, we often put up obstacles to prevent this process. We can learn to remove these obstacles, become more sensitive to people and situations, and adjust our reactions when appropriate.

Human brains change every second, from birth to death, based on what we hear, think, say, and feel. Because we are in control of these factors, we can change the configuration of our brain.

Social Intelligence is science that we can apply to our lives, but it is useless unless we put it into practice. This is a choice we make, with full realization that it takes effort.

Our Social Intelligence Course comes in three separate packages:

ONLINE SELF- PACED

The classic Social Intelligence Institute course. Learn at your pace from anywhere with an Internet…

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ONSITE TRAINING WITH INSTRUCTOR & SEMINARS

A trained instructor administers the course over a one or two-day seminar. Includes: videos, interactive activities & presentations.

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