EMOTIONAL EMPLOYMENT

Alternative skills and resources for job searching

Who we are?

We are a strong partnership and based o0n a wide expertise and experience our main objective within ‘’EMOTIONAL EMPLOYMENT. Alternative skills and resources for job searching’’ project is to develop innovative outcomes that will become a real support for job seekers and counselors. The world is changing, the way we work is changing and also the way we search for a new job is changing. Strategies, tools and skills required, used and needed have suffered a massive evolution in last years, especially in this period of economic crisis. This fact is remarkable in sectors such as first job seekers, long-term unemployed or lowed skills adults looking for a reinsertion in the labour market. In our work we cover United Kingdom, Spain, Romania, Ireland and Portugal but we plan to impact the European public agenda on the Emotional Intelligence tools, skills and strategies both in real and virtual settings. In the Partnership description you will find details about the project partners.

What we do?

Emotional Intelligence has application in multiple productive sectors, always focused on improving the results of persons and organizations from a personal and professional point of view. Emotional Employment project supports the role of the counselor as guide and facilitator to enhance the talent and options of job seekers both externally and internally.

Added value within Emotional Employment project is the development of a training system to manage and teach emotional skills in job counseling and simultaneously the development of a toolbox containing several training tools dedicated to job seekers in order to self-manage the main emotional skills involved in the searching process to keep an operative emotional state.

How we do?

Emotional Employment project offers a blended approach – creating innovation in the field of Emotional Intelligence alongside transfer and roll out of learning pills and good practices in the physical world, both providing supporting materials for job seekers and job counsellors to be addressed openly.

Many Emotional Intelligence strategies are built upon the core philosophy of the emotional skills and counseling approach. Emotional Employment reflects this, but wider by working with job counsellors and job seekers in order to achieve a high level of performance in relation to the expected outcomes.

About project

The Emotional Employment project plans to show the importance of the application of Emotional Intelligence tools, skills and strategies for job seekers, especially in groups such as first job seekers, long-term unemployed or lowed skills adults looking for a reinsertion in the labor market. The project will have a double line of intervention, both with the job seekers and with counsellors, looking for the necessity of vertical and horizontal communication with a common goal.

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Our objectives

Our main objectives are:

  • Develop a training system to manage and teach emotional skills in job counselling;
  • Develop a toolbox containing several training tools dedicated to job seekers in order to self-manage the main emotional skills involved in the searching process to keep an operative emotional state;
  • Combine an online Open Educational Resource training system with offline material and a face-to-face training and mentoring programme;
  • Take conscience of the importance of Emotional Intelligence skills in a new economic model and a new working world;
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Main Emotional Skills

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Training pills

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Learning tools

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Newsletters & Events

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Sep

Emotional Employment – 4th Newsletter 2020

VIRTUAL MEETING IN GRANADA  The partnership met virtually in Granada on the 15th April 2020 due to the worldwide pandemic crisis...

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Aug

Emotional Employment – 3rd Newsletter 2019

MEETING IN DUBLIN The partnership met in the lovely city of Dublin on the 9th and 10th of September 2019. The...

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Nov

Emotional Employment – 2nd Newsletter 2019

  Are you a career advisor?Do you want to adapt new strategies and methodologies to face challenges of the modern working...

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