Top Secret!

In the last two blog posts, we have discussed (1) the importance of establishing, both for the company and for the participants, what benefit they will get from your program, and (2) making participation voluntary, or at least highly engaging. Remember, you can lead a horse to water, but you have to make him want to drink. Today we’ll talk about the third secret for a successful EQ program – Privacy. Keep it private. Executives who allow themselves to be assessed and developed place themselves in a vulnerable position. Successful change will require them to explore areas of weakness that they may have attempted to keep hidden, sometimes even from themselves. Privacy helps create the safety people need before they can truly engage in assessment and coaching. As almost all coaches recognize, assessment results and most of what gets said in coaching needs to be strictly confidential — for the…

Privacy Policy

What data do we collect? IP address are tracked automatically to help protect our site from data breaches. These IP addresses are those of your internet provider, and are not traceable to you personally.   If you order merchandise from us (The EQ Leader Program 2.0 manual, webinars, etc.), we collect necessary ordering and shipping data. With…