Based on the neuroscience of Emotional Intelligence, not only does EI predict job performance, we also know from research that EI can be improved through training. Research shows that EI is clearly related to key outcomes that help people thrive in their workplace and career. People higher in EI demonstrate:
We define EI as how a person manages their personality to be both personally and interpersonally effective. EI is made up of different parts, underpinned by our Attitudes that fuel our Feelings that drive our Behavior.
The 16 scales of the EIP3 are structured within a six-part framework. This separates the scales into:
Our model is unique in that it recognizes and measures Emotional Intelligence at the attitudinal level. We are able to unlock potential and enable sustainable change by identifying the underlying attitudes that underpin an individual’s thinking and feeling, which then drives their behavior.
Our expertise in designing and delivering EI based development programs receives outstanding client feedback time-and-time again. For example, together with our client Seasalt, we recently developed its Leading People Program, entirely underpinned by Emotional Intelligence (EI). This program has so far helped over 40 senior leaders and the Leading People Program is recognized as a Learning Program of Excellence by the Learning and Performance Institute.
“It has been a real pleasure working with you. I’m looking forward to partnering with you again in the future.”
James Hampton, Learning & Development Manager, Seasalt