Watch this 2-minute video in which our founder explains how we use Emotional Intelligence to instill Resilience

Our Methodology Is Rooted In The Science Of Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

According to Harvard research EQ accounts for nearly 90% of what sets apart high performers from peers with similar technical skills and knowledge.


Dr. Daniel Goleman published his first groundbreaking book in 1995 which outlined why Emotional Intelligence (EQ) matters more than IQ in reaching the full human potential. 

The Resilience For Leadership Course cultivates Resilience with self-awareness, and self-regulation - core competencies of Emotional Intelligence (EQ). These competencies keep the intensities of emotions in check when faced with a challenge, preparing students to not give up or act on an impulse. 


Students graduate with raised Emotional Intelligence and the lifelong knowledge of how to stay relentless in the face of challenges.


Through the course of the program, the Resilience Quotient of each student is tracked through our trademarked Frolific RQ™ measurement scale.


Frolific Program Highlights


Evidence-Backed Results

Our specialized assessments objectively measure the growth in Resilience with our trademarked RQ™  measurement scale.


Exposure to Diverse, Global Community

Our interactive online classes have international students which builds a diverse, global community to connect with.


Practical Takeaways

Our techniques are student-centric and relatable. Takeaways can be implemented right away. 


Highly Interactive
Fun Sessions

Each session is integrated with play and interactive discussions that keep students coming back for more.

Overview Of A 1-Hour Session




Every session starts with a recap of the previous week’s learning and how the students have applied what they have learnt. This reflection makes the concepts tangible and relatable, reinforcing them for all students. 


Lesson Deep Dive

A new concept is introduced to students each week through carefully designed experiences to make them relatable. These could be in the form of games, real life examples, or a guest speaker.


Open Discussions

Students have open, interactive discussions in smaller break-out sessions. This allows deeper understanding from debate and personal reflections. This also builds community. 


Practical Takeaways

Each session ends with  practical takeaways that can be implemented that week. This makes each concept real and applicable in the real world.