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Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence (EI) is the ability to comprehend your emotions and manage them effectively. Research shows that people who show high levels of emotional intelligence skills are stronger leaders, better decision makers, foster better relationships, and increase team efficiency in the workplace. It also suggests that EI is a more accurate predictor of success at work and in life than the more traditional IQ test.

Those who utilize Emotional Intelligence skills are able to manage their emotions to achieve goals, build relationships, and influence others. When bright people fail in the workplace, itís usually caused by a lack of Emotional Intelligence (EI). The good news is that emotional intelligence skills can be developed and improved. When youíre ready to implement an emotional intelligence assessment program in your organization, tap into the best tools available, including the Emotional Intelligence Skills Assessment (EiSA), Creating an Emotionally Intelligent World, and Increasing Your Emotional Intelligence.
Creating an Emotionally Intelligent World
Creating an Emotionally Intelligent World
A Computer-Based Game For Teams. Emotional Intelligence is the ability to comprehend your emotions and manage them effectively. Creating an Emotionally Intelligent World is a new computer-driven training game that offers a fun, interactive way to learn about each of the 5 EI skills.
Diversity Awareness Profile
Diversity Awareness Profile
Most people donít sit down at their desks and make a mental plan to discriminate, judge, or isolate their colleagues. Even so, these behaviors still exist in todayís organizations. Understanding the presence of these biases is the first step to recognizing that diversity brings many advantages.
Emotional Intelligence Skills Assessment
Emotional Intelligence Skills Assessment
When bright people fail in the workplace, itís usually caused by a lack of Emotional Intelligence (EI). EI is the kind of ďsmartsĒ that enable us to make sound decisions, build relationships, and influence others. The Emotional Intelligence Skills Assessment (EiSA) is a self-assessment, 360 assessment, and training workshop that first measures EI and social intelligence functioning and then helps individuals to improve their skills.
People Skills Handbook
People Skills Handbook
Performance, career opportunities, well-being, and satisfying relationships are enhanced through Emotional Intelligence. You can identify and master the 54 EQ competencies that make a difference for you by using the action tips action tips and learning resources that target the behaviors that matter in the People Skills Handbook: Action Tips for Increasing Your Emotional Intelligence.
Team Emotional and Social Intelligence (TESI)
Team Emotional and Social Intelligence (TESI)
Created by two leaders in the field of emotional Intelligence training, Marcia Hughes and James Bradford Terrell, Team Emotional and Social Intelligence offers a unique set of tools for determining and developing a team's emotional effectiveness in seven dimensions that are a prerequisite for high performance.
Customizable and Reproducible Products
Customizable and Reproducible Products
Research shows that people who are emotionally intelligent make better decisions, better team members, and better leaders. The good news is that emotional intelligence can be developed and improved Ė with the right training.

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