Emotional Intelligence at Work
Emotional Intelligence Leadership Development

Assessments

Emotional Intelligence Assessment Process

We will begin with a robust emotional intelligence (EI) leadership assessment to identify your most successful practices and your challenges. Through the empirically validated process (ESCI) we assess your Emotional Intelligence through feedback from people you lead, managers, peers, clients and customers. Compiled with these results you will also be completing a self-assessment to gain a complete 360 view of your emotional intelligence. We compare you to the top performers from around the globe, not just the average performer. We help you to determine where your blind spots are and find solutions to frustrations that keep you from moving ahead. 

In today's market, there is no time for attending costly conferences to learn about emotional intelligence in the workplace. Does that truly add value to your organization? With us you learn the foundation of EI and why it is so key to your success. In our consultation meetings we will refine your skills through impact coaching sessions. We are available to you via email throughout the process and provide a 60-day follow-up session. You will begin to see how people view you and learn about yourself in ways that impact you for the long term.

  • The process can start immediately.

  • An initial phone conversation will help you understand rater categories and give you opportunity to clarify who you will submit as raters for the ESCI.

  • An in-depth 360 assessment of your Emotional Intelligence is completed through Korn-Ferry.

  • Once you have your ESCI results we lead a 90 minute individual interpretation session for you, this coaching and goal setting session kicks off the change process.

  • The process continues with an additional 2 or more coaching sessions advancing your progress towards your goals.

  • We lead a 60-day follow up with you to reflect on changes made and ways to continue developing your emotional intelligence.

In a high-IQ job pool, soft skills like discipline, drive and empathy mark those who emerge as outstanding.
— Daniel Goleman, Author of Emotional Intelligence: Why it can matter more than IQ

The Emotional and Social competency inventory (ESCI) Evaluates: 

Emotional Self-Awareness: Recognizing one’s emotions and their effects

Emotional Self-Control: Keeping disruptive emotions and impulses in check

Adaptability: Flexibility in handling change

Achievement Orientation: Striving to improve or meeting a standard of excellence

Positive Outlook: Persistence in pursuing goals despite obstacles and setbacks

Empathy: Sensing others’ feelings and perspectives, and taking an active interest in their concerns

 

Coach and Mentor: Sensing others’ development needs and bolstering their abilities

Inspirational Leadership: Inspiring and guiding individuals and groups

Influence: Wielding effective tactics for persuasion

Conflict Management: Negotiating and resolving disagreements

Teamwork: Working with others toward shared goals. Creating group synergy in pursuing collective goals.

Organizational Awareness: Reading a group’s emotional currents and power relationships