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Emotional Intelligence

Research has shown that people join organizations, but leave bosses. Studies further confirm that Emotional Intelligence (EI) is twice as important as IQ and technical skills for jobs at all levels. People who have high levels of EI earn an average of $29,000 more per year and it is THE key differentiator for what separates average leaders from superstars.

 

What is emotional intelligence, and why does it matter?

Emotional Intelligence is the ability to be aware of our own emotions and emotions of others, in the moment, and to use that information to manage ourselves and our relationships with others. Emotionally Intelligent leaders build trust, increase employee engagement and retention, and inspire high levels of performance directly impacting the bottom line.

Training in Emotional Intelligence is not about learning to be nice-it’s about learning to become an effective and influential leader! Using the (SEIP)® assessment, leaders will learn how they score in 26 distinct EI competencies, learning to better leverage their strengths and learn new behaviors in areas of needed development. Often leaders learn that the technical skills that got them to the top, do not sustain them in leading others. Emotional Intelligence training provides the necessary tools in making the vital shift from individual success to leading teams successfully. Every leader and organization desires engaged employees who will go the extra mile to advance the mission of the organization.

I am a certified Emotional Intelligence Coach, working with individual leaders, teams, and organizations of various sizes and fields. Regardless of your industry, increasing your EI competencies will enable you to lead yourself and your team to new levels of success and effectiveness.

 

The Social + Emotional Intelligence Profile®

When a person has access to both the intuitive, creative, and visual right brain, and the analytical, logical, and verbal left brain, the whole brain is working . . . and this tool is best suited to the reality of what life is, because life is not just logical—it is also emotional. –Stephen Covey

Developed by the Institute for Social and Emotional Intelligence, the Social + Emotional Intelligence Profile, or “(SEIP)®,” is the most comprehensive emotional intelligence assessment instrument on the market today, measuring 26 distinct competencies. Those competencies include, among others, behavioral self-control, innovation and creativity, interpersonal effectiveness, powerful influencing skills, conflict management, catalyzing change, and building trust.

 

Training Options

Individual Coaching

Designed for individuals seeking to enhance their personal influence and leadership effectiveness
• Two (SEIP) ® options available: personal and workplace.
• Includes:
-the (SEIP) ® assessment and comprehensive 40-page report
-professional analysis of results
-customized emotional intelligence development plan
-eight 90-min one-on-one coaching sessions for successful implementation

Team Trainings

Designed for groups of up to 30
• Options for half day, full day, and two day workshops
• Includes:
-a deep dive into Emotional Intelligence theory
-an (SEIP)® assessment and comprehensive 40-page report for each participant
-professional analysis of results
-strategies for personal and team development
– customized activities for immediate implementation

 

Who Is Using Emotional Intelligence Training?

Here are some examples of organizations who are have embraced EI training and development within the organizations.

  • At a Fortune 100 insurance company, those who scored high in Emotional Intelligence were associated with 15% more growth than lower performing agents.
  • US Air Force: able to use EI screening to increase by threefold their ability to hire successful recruiters, reduce the first year turnover rate, and reduce related financial losses by 92%.

Organizations using Emotional Intelligence