EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (EI)
Do you want to:
Communicate better? Become a stronger leader? Reduce anxiety and stress? Resolve conflicts? Improve relationships? Empathize with others? Win in life? Investing in building your emotional intelligence is the answer.
Great leadership requires extras that it didn’t less than a decade ago. It’s not enough to be knowledgeable, well-read, smart, or intelligent. If you cannot meet people where they are, read their emotions, understand their motivations and communicate in a way that you are heard in any situation, you will not be able to raise them to the level you want them to rise to. Simply, you won’t be a leader. This is the difference maker for every individual and company going forward.
We really cannot stress enough that EI is the future to understanding the diversity around you in a world that is always in transition. A command of EI is a proven differentiator in the competitive climb up the corporate ladder and can account for nearly 90 percent of what moves people up the ladder when IQ and technical skills are roughly similar. The good news is that this is a muscle you can grow with training and coaching.
The ability to understand, manage and emotions, has become one of, if not the most, sought after qualities in employees at every position. Harvard Business Review reports that the number one fault in human interaction is the failure to see another’s perspective. EI has become a determinant for business and change success. This is the most important component of leadership and brand training that we do.
The Carnegie Institute of Technology carried out research that showed that 85% of our financial success was due to skills in “human engineering”, personality, and ability to communicate, negotiate, and lead. They found that only 15% was due to technical ability. In other words, people skills or skills highly related to emotional intelligence were crucial skills.
Research by the respected Center for Creative Leadership in the U.S. found that the primary causes of executive derailment involve deficiencies in emotional competence including difficulty in handling change, inability to work well in a team, and poor interpersonal relations.
We build your emotional intelligence so your life will soar.
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