Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence or Emotional Strength - The time it takes you to become clear headed and make you best decisions that incorporate the best of  your cognition, behavior, and competency.

Overview:

  • Emotional Intelligence measure 5 areas - Self Awareness, Self Regulation, Motivation, Social Awareness, and Social Skills.

  • Our Behaviors and Driving Forces reveal a lot about what sets us off bad/good.

  • Our emotions are always affecting us, EI is not about eliminating our emotions but not letting them control us.

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Understanding your triggers

What to Expect:

  • Understanding the consequences

  • Applying What You Can Do About It

  • Understand YOU are a trigger for others

  • Implementing a Gameplan for what matters most

Available Reports:

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"Working on my emotions was never necessary, but understanding how much wasted time and energy I've spent and not realizing it, this is definitely a practice I'll be implement. " - Ted S.

 

WHEN TEAMS EFFECTIVELY COMMUNICATE, INDIVIDUALS FEEL UNDERSTOOD, TRUST IS ESTABLISHED AND RESULTS ARE ACHIEVED!