5 Pillars Of Leader Priorities
(i.e. EQ = Emotional Intelligence)
Emotions are inevitable, unavoidable, and innate to us as humans. Instead of avoiding and ignoring them, learn how to empower yourself and others through the use of emotions.
Purpose: The Emotional Quotient™ (EQ) report looks at a person’s emotional intelligence, which is the ability to sense, understand and effectively apply the power and acumen of emotions to facilitate higher levels of collaboration and productivity
Research shows that successful leaders and superior performers have well-developed emotional intelligence skills. This makes it possible for them to work well with a wide variety of people and to respond effectively to the rapidly changing conditions in the business world. In fact, a person’s EQ may be a better predictor of success performance than intelligence (IQ).
Domain 1: Self
The ability to recognize and understand your moods, emotions and drives as well as their effect on others.
The ability to control or redirect disruptive impulses and the propensity to think before acting.
A passion for work that transcends money or status. Motivation reflects the amount of energy and persistence you apply to an activity.
Domain 2: Others
The ability to understand the emotional makeup of others.
The ability to proficiently manage relationships and build networks.
Delivery: An online self-inventory consisting of a series that considers the 5 areas of emotional intelligence as it relates to you and other people, taking less than 15 minutes to complete. A full report including all 5 EQ domains is sent to the recipient immediately upon completing the EQ self-inventory. Check out a sample report here.
Outcome: This report, simple, profound, and a powerful driver for change, can be used to...
develop skills and knowledge to better understand your customers, how to manage their expectations, and ultimately meet their need
facilitate high levels of collaboration and productivity
effectively lead and influence others
Studies have shown that salespeople and customer service agents who have undergone EQ training develop more accounts, have higher sales, deliver strong customer service and realize better customer retention than those who have not. (Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations)
“After assessing our staff, implementing EQ training, and working on employees’ specific work strategies, we saw a 25% increase in annual profits.”
Next Steps: Determine how much value there is in learning your, your leaders, and even your employees EQ, how it plays out versus how you would like it to play out in the workplace. Contact me to determine if this inventory is the best solution for your situation.