Long ago, grandmothers used to say to their granddaughters, it’s just as easy to fall in love with a wealthy man as a poor one. The same adage can be applied to business today—the wealth is the brain trust and emotionally intelligent individuals populate the company or organization.
Emotional intelligence and the ability to assess it are critical for time-to-market issues and to solve today’s business solutions in a quick-changing environment.
Curious as to why understanding and evaluating Emotional Intelligence in your company are strategic tools?
The Bar-On EQ-i® instrument is the most accurate predictor of personal and professional attainment of one’s potential.
So, you can see how Emotional Intelligence serves you every step along the company’s business and strategic plans, the chain of command, aligned with company and employee values to serve excellence along the delivery chain-internal and external.
As a business asset, Emotional Intelligence ” . . . is the useful tool to analyze the balance between emotion and logic.”
More than any other time in contemporary business, differentiators are critical to lead an industry. Emotional Intelligence awareness in your organization supports your leadership and provides concrete, tested models to apply for maximum impact and results. One aspect of powerful criteria for leaders and their team members is the ability to take meaningful action in the context of a situation. Demonstrating Emotional Intelligence can determine likely scenarios. Another benefit is how the awareness provides data to the candidate so he or she can practice and develop traits otherwise underused. This surpasses strengths and weaknesses. How can something be a weakness if it isn’t used.
From the recent past, studying team performance and traits of winning teams has been sought after as a competitive edge.
More than any other time in contemporary business, differentiators are critical to lead an industry. Emotional Intelligence awareness in your organization supports your leadership and provides concrete, tested models to apply for maximum impact and results.
This assessment was originally created to scientifically measure and explain determinants of positive psychological well-being.” It measures 11 factors associated with emotional functioning.
To date more than 42,000 people in 36 countries have taken the EQ-i® assessment.
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What is Emotional Intelligence and how do we measure it?
- Peter Salovey and Jack Mayer created the term “”emotional intelligence.”
- Daniel Goleman (Harvard University) popularized the term with his book of the same name.
- Reuven Bar-On created the EQ-I® assessment to measure it.
• Performance Predictive Instrument
• Selective Hiring
• Company Promotion
• Career Retention
• Achievement Assessment
-Learn the success traits of winners and how to pick the high-flyers for your team.
-Assess if your business has “learning disabilities”.
-A comprehensive skills and gap analysis + the EQ-I® assessment will tell the tale.
• Use these advanced tools to measure your team’s and personal Emotional Intelligence.
• Assessments and debriefing sessions are included with each package.
• Assess individuals and determine a team profile to remove blind spots.
Confidential assessments and debriefing sessions are available. To learn more please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.