Join us for our 2 day Certification course to learn how to interpret, deliver and assess emotional intelligence using the EQ-i.20 reports on Thursday 7th and Friday 8th September 2017. Click here for more details.
The EQ-i 2.0, a scientifically proven emotional intelligence development tool, focuses on five key facets that work together to develop a level of emotional, social functioning and well being. The five elements that make up the EQ-i 2.0 model are: self-perception, self-expression, interpersonal, decision making and stress management. Before you can begin to understand others …Read More
Interpersonal skills – to some people interpersonal relationships, empathy and social responsibility come easily. Whereas for others dealing with people can be slightly more challenging. In the EQ-i 2.0 model, this area explores one’s ability to interact with others as well as developing and maintaining relationships based on trust. People that are good with others …Read More
‘Emotional intelligence’ otherwise known as ‘EQ’ is highly topical these days, however it is not a new trend or concept. Psychologists have been trying to understand the correlation between behaviour and personality and studying the positive effects that good relationships combined with coping strategies can have in personal and working lives. Emotional intelligence relates to …Read More
Do you have a plan in place to develop staff who are great at their jobs and then promoted to lead teams but have little or no experience of team management? From discussions with HR professionals in a number of organisations, there seems to be an urgent need for personal development for these new managers, …Read More