Emotional Intelligence Assessment

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) has become one of the most important indicators of future success in the workplace. Implement an emotional intelligence assessment program in your organization, and you’ll learn why!

There are many measurable skills that contribute to individual high performance.  Furthermore, there are essential soft skills that make possible the delivery of that performance to an organization. A majority of these soft skills pertain to interpersonal relationships, and so are only visible in team settings.  Working as part of a team is much more difficult than working on one’s own – it means having to rely on others, committing to a common set of objectives, and modifying one’s own behaviors to accommodate those of others and move everyone toward shared goals. There are, however, simple choices that can improve, Read More

Change is not an easy thing for most organizations to deal with – especially when paired with conflict.  Maintaining high performance in a changing environment is a challenge, but it’s one that can be overcome by starting with the individual. Resilience in individuals extends to teams’ ability to handle conflict.  When an individual sees the value in issues or problems identified, conflict and change can be seen as opportunities, not obstacles.  But, not everyone is naturally disposed in this way.  Some need leadership to guide them through times of fluctuation. A good leader provides transparency throughout processes – he encourages, Read More

Emotional Intelligence plays a critical role in our daily lives.  Whether or not we’d like them to, our emotions influence our actions.  In order to control this influence, we need to understand our emotions – and to a certain extent, we all do.  There is always room to improve and expand this understanding, but Emotional Intelligence can be difficult to quantify. The Emotional Intelligence Skills Assessment (EiSA) helps simplify the process of measuring Emotional Intelligence by breaking it down into 5 scales: Perceiving Managing Decision Making Achieving Influencing Each scale represents an individual’s ability to manage their emotions to a, Read More

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