HUMAN CONNECTION THROUGH SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE
The Social Intelligence Institute teaches the full power and value of human connection to individuals, businesses and communities. Our online and workshop-based training courses are based on extensive research performed in the fields of neuroscience and social, cognitive, and developmental psychology. The courses are continuously tested, peer reviewed, and validated from a scientific perspective. Through social intelligence, learn to read and understand people, and establish meaningful relationships.
The Focus of Social Intelligence
SI online training can benefit management consultants as they improve their craft. By learning the principles and impact of social intelligence, consultants can in-turn apply it to their techniques.
With the focus on the causes of predominately unconscious human behavior, our online course can help police and law enforcement officers see people and situations with greater clarity. This can change the way they interact with residents in the community.
Our online training is available to cities around the globe. Our goal is to help individuals, communities, institutions, businesses, and systems within a city to survive, adapt, and grow.
SI online training helps clients learn to re-enter their communities and fully engage at work, home and in public.
SI online training in schools results in better academic performance, improved attitudes and behavior, and reduced emotional distress.
SI online training offers the chance to break patterns of reactivity and help a person learn to successfully navigate their social world.
Benefits of SI Training
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Social Intelligence in Action
Grandparents Raising Teenage Grandchildren
2017 Kent State University, Arizona State University, Penn State: A National Institutes of Health funded five-year randomized trial of 340 grandmothers who are raising at least one teenage grandchild. The study examines whether the online SI course improves the health and well-being of the grandmothers and/or their adolescent grandchildren.
1) To investigate if the SI course enhances social competencies that, in turn, produce long-term changes in relationship quality, well-being, and physical health; this includes determining if increased social competence in one dyad member leads to partner effects in the other. READ MORE
2013 A one-semester study consisting of 311 university students. Our results found the course significantly improved perspective-taking, social skills, sensitivity to others’ emotions, and ability to modify one’s behavior when socially appropriate.
Objective: To determine if key elements of social and emotional well-being change as a result of the SI course.
Our first large scale clinical trial took place in the fall of 2013 in Madrid, Spain. There were 311 medical school, physiotherapy, and teachers training students in the study. Results indicate that the Social Intelligence course significantly improved key indicators of social intelligence including:
In the News
TEENAGERS NEED SOCIAL SKILLS, NOT SOCIAL NETWORKS
Via The Guardian, Christina Patterson discusses how the workplace is changing quickly, and young people need real-life human interaction to succeed.