Emotional Intelligence Profiling
Your Future Of Work Is Increasingly Dependent On How Effectively Your Manage Your Unique Personality And
Establish Meaningful Relationships With Others
*individual and team (TE) options
“If your emotional abilities aren’t in hand, if you don’t have self-awareness, if you are not able to manage your distressing emotions, if you can’t have empathy and have effective relationships, then no matter how smart you are, you are not going to get very far”
Shake : How you manage your own personality is as important as IQ or the skills you hone for work. Developing Emotional Intelligence is not an option, it is a prerequisite for adapting to the future of work.
Squeeze : Take a fine-tooth comb through the components of your personality that are still developing and learn a new language for discussing this process. Exploring with the help of the EI language helps to confront the desires, fears and needs that shape our behaviors and the obstacles we self-impose.
Twist : Challenge your assumptions about what makes a relationship successful and build awareness of what spurs or prevents change. Immunity to change refers to the barriers that hinder our attempts to achieve adaptive change. Uncover the assumptions, beliefs and systems of meaning and critically evaluate how they promote or hinder success.
Splash: Discover new ways to reflect, learn and influence. Influencing is being able to move things forward, without pushing, forcing or telling others what to do. The link between the intrapersonal and interpersonal aspects of EI is crucial to being a “fully integrated human being”.