the emotionalintelligence assessments be used in conjunction with people training and development? Absolutely, that is a vital function of the assessments.
- Can I use the leadership emotional intelligence assessments as part of my leadership development program? Yes, it is a perfect addition to any leadership program because emotional intelligence is not always a subject of leader development or any people development
isthe maximum people can I put on any emotional intelligence training session? A good number is 15 – 20 for Marcus and for the attendees to have good interpersonal training experience.
- What is the least number of people I can put on any program? 5 people is always
a good minumum.
- Are all emotional intelligence assessments conducted online? Yes, they are, and links can be sent anywhere globally.
- How long does it take to complete emotional intelligence assessments? Depending on the selected assessment, anything from 20 to 30 minutes.
- Are reports available immediately? Yes, they are available immediately and confidential.
- Why should I train my people in emotional intelligence? Emotional Intelligence drives everything from sales to finance to operations and customer care. Studies have shown that high levels of emotional intelligence boost career success, company success, mental health, relationship satisfaction, humour, and happiness. It is also the best medicine to work stress and building personal resilience.
- Where can I read more about the science of emotional intelligence? Here is a great link to the science of emotional intelligence
- What direct effect can high developed emotional intelligence have on my organization? Companies have demonstrated that using emotional intelligence in training and organizational change initiatives can reduce costs associated with turnover, absenteeism, and low performance.
- Is emotional intelligence not just a fad or buzz word? Not at all, part of the value of emotional intelligence comes from grounding in rigorous science. Advances in neurobiology provide invaluable insight into the way emotions function in the brain and body. For example, recent research demonstrates that “thinking about feeling” has a physiological effect. In other words, these “soft skills” have a biological basis.