EMOTIONS MAKE US
For me, Emotional Intelligences starts and ends with 'Self-Awareness'. Firstly, because If you don't understand what's going on within yourself, what chance do you have of understanding or interacting well with others? And secondly, when you can get to grips with and accept your own thoughts, emotions & triggers, only then can you start learn the skill of 'Self Management' and how to manage your reactions, behaviour & mindset.
The other challenge is build your 'Social Awareness' i.e. to understand how another person experiences the world, what their perspectives & experiences are i.e. what it's like to 'be in their shoes'. If you can learn to do that authentically and understand the environment in which they operate, then you can enhance your ability to show empathy. Being able to see the world from someone else's perspective is critical to building and managing relationships, inspiring & developing others, managing conflict & optimising collaboration & teamwork.
However, we are complex and unique human beings so all this is easier said than done! Something that I frequently come across with clients, is that their challenges originate from, or are related to, their level of emotional intelligence. Here are some sample experiences that can impact a person's ability to be successful, happy & fulfilled;
Certain people, behaviour or situations trigger your emotions - but you don't understand why and you don't know how to best react
People think you are confident - but on the inside, your self-belief is low and you frequently doubt yourself
You know how you feel & think - but you don't feel comfortable expressing yourself or communicating assertively
You get on with some people - but you find it hard to build & maintain relationships and tend to operate independently
Sometimes decisions making is easy - but other times you act too quickly, lose objectivity or allow your emotions to play a lead role
Change is constant and challenges are plentiful - you can find this stressful, your well being suffers and your outlook can be bleak
On paper, your life looks great and you 'should' be happy - but you don't feel happy and you wonder what's going on
HOW I can PARTNER WITH you
The good news is that Emotional Intelligence, unlike IQ, is just another skill that, with some effort and coaching support, can be developed and improved over time with amazing results for you and the people around you!
Emotional Intelligence is proven to be a key indicator of human performance and development. People with higher in EI communicate more effectively and form strong relationships that drive engagement, motivation & commitment.
EQ-i measures 5 distinct aspects of emotional and social functioning:
Plus 15 subscales that hone in on EI skills critical to workplace success.
Professionals seek me out to work with them to help them to:
- get clarity on how their emotions are showing up
- understand how they are impacting their behaviour and perspectives
- design strategies for action to address their challenges
what EI assessment is right for you?
The EQ-i is an excellent way to get a picture of how you operate emotionally, your areas of strength and potential areas for development. I offer 5 powerful EI assessments to help leaders, individual contributors and teams understand and strengthen their EI capabilities.
EQ-i 2.0 Individual Workplace Report
EQ-i 2.0 Individual Leadership Report
EQ-i 2.0 Team/Group Report
EQ-i360 Individual Workplace Report
EQ-i360 Leadership Report
I have combined the Individual Assessments with 1-1 Coaching sessions in sample packages below with prices starting at €499.
However, I can easily customise packages to address your specific requirements so please reach out to me to discuss the options.
Emotional Intelligence FAQs
What is Emotional Intelligence (EI)?
What is Emotional Intelligence?
How does EI differ from other types of assessments?
Emotional Intelligence is not a test or assessment related to;
What's the difference between IQ, EI & EQ?
IQ is 'cognitive intelligence'. It is set and peaks around 17 years of age.
Why assess EI?
What are the benefits of assessing someone's EQ?
Who is it for?
Who are EI assessments for?
Emotional intelligence skills are critical for building relationships and teams, resolving conflict, solving problems, leading effectively and building resilience. So it's really for everyone - Managers, Individual contributors, Executives & Senior Leaders, Teams or X-functional groups.
How does the EI assessment process work?
What does the whole process look like?
Step 1: Review the different EI packages and select the one most suited to your requirements and budget. (If you need assistance, please contact me)
Tell me more about the assessment/survey itself
It's an online self-assessment.
What EI Model do you use & why?
What EI assessment tool do you use?
How reliable or sound is the EQ-i 2.0 assessment?
EQ-i is the world’s leading measure of emotional intelligence, applying decades of research to support effective human performance and development.