Hi, I’m your course creator, Chris Golis.




In 1972 I was halfway through completing a two-year an MBA course at the London Business School. Charles Handy, Dean of the MBA program, was my tutor. This was before Charles had written his first book and had established himself as a leading British management guru. Nevertheless, Charles was already a quirky character and well-known even then for his lateral thinking.

I had just been offered a position with McKinseys in New York after being flown there twice for interviews. When I told Charles about the offer (certainly the dream job of every MBA student at that time) he advised me to reject it! Instead he suggested I start my post MBA career as a salesperson!

His reasoning was as follows:

  1. Success in business occurs by being good in the one-on-one meetings. That is when you close the deal, get the financing, hire someone, fire someone, etc.
  2. MBAs teach you about analysis and decision making, but not how to deal with people one-on-one.
  3. The best way learn how to deal with people one-on-one is to become a salesperson.
  4. If you do not become good at dealing with people, you do not eat so the incentive to learn is compelling.

I followed his advice, and after completing my MBA (with Distinction) I emigrated to Sydney and started work as as a trainee salesperson. Early in 1974 I did the first sale training program organised by Chandler & Macleod based on the Humm-Wadsworth model of temperament, defined as your genetic emotional predisposition.

It is fair to say that the workshop was a moment of epiphany. Until then I had believed that deep down all of us were the same. After the training course I realised how different we all are, particularly in how we react emotionally. 

Subsequently I used the Humm model very successfully in selling, management, investment banking and venture capital finishing up as a Director and Chairman of some 30 public and private companies.In 2007 I semi-retired and a side-hustle started a third career teaching and coaching the Humm-Wadsworth as the secret to lifting your emotional intelligence. I wrote two hard copy and eight e-books on the subject and converted the Humm model to the 7MTF, and presented this model to the International Congresses on Emotional Intelligence held in 2017 in Oporto and 2019 in Perth.

In 2019 one of my coaching clients was the Chief Operating Officer of a successful company that developed on-line post-graduate training programs for doctors. He persuaded me to convert my material into a series of on-line training programs. This course, Practical Emotional Intelligence for Leaders & Managers is the third in the series..

Do You Want to be a Great Leader & Manager?

Ask Google and you will get 683 million results many written by people who have never actually been an actual leader. Far more practical advice came from an Australian Government survey of 100 successful General Managers and CEOs who were asked to pick which two of the following characteristics were the secret.

  1. Ability to solve complex problems and make decisions
  2. Ethical/high personal standards
  3. Flexible and adaptable to change
  4. Good "people" skills
  5. Self management
  6. Strategic thinker
  7. Team player
  8. Visionary

Good ‘people” skills were ticked by 78% of the managers, far and away the highest; ethics ranked last at 23%. Do this course to find out why and how if you want to be a great leader and manager.

The secret to good people skills is to use a practical but scientifically valid profiling methodology such as the 7MTF. In this course you will dramatically improve your people skills and emotional intelligence over 9 lessons. with over 20 videos and dozen case studies.

Ian Neal (TEC Chairman & NED)

Discover how Ian Neal using the 7MTF successively became a Non-Executive Director of a major Australian Listed Company.


https://youtu.be/38MN98xBkB4





Robert Colquhoun (CEO of ‎Alexander Colquhoun & Son Pty Ltd.)


Learn how Robert using the 7MTF convinced the major client of a competitor to switch suppliers.


https://youtu.be/cxwrfISPIGs

Larry Gartenstein (Former National Sales Manager IBM and leading Australian Sales Trainer)


Why Larry used the 7MTF as the best prospect profiling tool in his Sales Training Programs.


https://youtu.be/YNs2wMEX6U8

Example Curriculum

  Lesson 1: Introduction
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  Lesson 2: Self-Awareness
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  Lesson 3: Self-Management
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  Lesson 4: Empathy
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  Lesson 5: Social Skills
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  Lesson 6: Combinations
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  Lesson 7: Managerial Styles and Decision Making
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  Lesson 8: Team Building and Leadership
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  Lesson 9: Personality Dissonance
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$299

Practical EQ for Leaders & Managers

Learn how to use the 7MTF to become a better leader & manager

Emotional Intelligence is increasing being regarded as the key skill to become a better leader & manager. In this course you will learn how to apply the most practical and scientifically valid methodology, the 7MTF, to increase you EQ. The course contains 9 lessons, 20 videos, 15 case studies and a 90 page workbook. Once signed up there is no limit to how long you take.


By the end of this course you will have

1.        analysed your own temperament and gained some understanding of your strengths and weaknesses;

2.        understood how your temperament can affect your decision–making processes and how to compensate for this;

3.        learned how to discover people’s core EQ components by the way they talk, dress, and behave; and

4.        have acquired the skills of handling different types of people in situations of praise, criticism and seeking co-operation.