Unfortunately most company training does not include emotional intelligence training, and focuses instead on pure logic. Even though technical training is essential to solving problems and challenges, these left brain skills alone do not help us to resolve conflicts, regulate emotions or to communicate effectively with others.
In order to communicate effectively in the workplace, we need to engage our right brain. As Daniel Goleman, the author of the 1995 best selling book, Emotional Intelligence says, "In a very real sense we have two minds, one that thinks and one that feels." This requires us to become whole-brained.
"In a very real sense we have two minds, one that thinks and one that feels" ~ Daniel Goleman
Sample Workplace Report
This report is designed for use in a wide variety of coaching and development situations and work settings. It focuses on the impact of emotional intelligence at work and offers suggestions for working more effectively with colleagues, supervisors, and clients. Both a coach and client version are generated.
Specific applications for this report are:
Sample Leadership Report
This report examines EQ-i 2.0 results through four key dimensions of leadership: Authenticity, Coaching, Insight, and Innovation. As an option, client's results can be compared against those of top leaders, creating a coaching benchmark for exceptional EI performance. The leadership report also contains insights on the leadership and organizational implications of your client's results, information about which skills have the highest potential to be leadership derailers, as well as strategies for development aimed to help your client reach their true leadership potential.
Specific applications for this report are:· Leadership development· Executive development and coaching· Developing high potential leaders· Compare results against the top leader as a benchmark