Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

. . . the skills people use to achieve optimal performance. Thoughts and emotions are the building blocks of performance. When thoughts and feelings are integrated intelligently, we get the most out of ourselves and have the greatest potential to influence others.
   

Development: EQ skills can be learned. Higher EQ skills help leaders overcome performance barriers they thought they had to live with.

   

Benefits: Over twenty years of research demonstrate that EQ skills are associated with superior corporate financial performance.

 

What well known organizations develop EQ in their leaders?

  • American Express

  • Capital One

  • Merrill Lynch

  • Metropolitan Life

  • US Department of Agriculture

  • Wrigley

  • CIBA

  • Canada Life

  • US Air Force

  • Johnson & Johnson


 

 

The comprehensive science based EQ Leader Program builds lasting change in EQ skills that make a dramatic difference in performance.


Articles & Publications


 Click here for information about last year's International Conference on Emotional Intelligence  in Toronto.

From Bottleneck to "Go To" Organization: An EQ-based team building story. (Presentation handouts.)


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