Developing Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence is a combination of attitudes, habits, and skills which can be acquired, developed, and enhanced. Insights into neuroplasticity reveal that people can continually learn and develop. With continued focus and practice we can develop lasting new connections in the brain and make sustainable change.


sustained improvement in overall Emotional Intelligence

Of the many thousands of Emotional Intelligence development programs we have delivered, typically individuals make an 18% sustained improvement in their overall Emotional Intelligence.

The success of our Emotional Intelligence development programs is based upon a number of key factors:

Accurate diagnostics

Raising self-awareness and understanding your own Emotional Intelligence is a fundamental starting point. The Emotional Intelligence Profile gives individuals an accurate assessment of their current Emotional Intelligence and provides a developmental route map for making sustainable change.

Addressing underlying attitudes

To change behavior people must shift their attitudes. For example, teaching a person to say no assertively will not last for long if underneath they still believe they are inadequate.

Applied neuropsychology

Feelings are the primary driver of behavior, therefore to change behavior it is necessary to change the feelings behind them. Often, people know what they should do but don’t do it in practice. There is increasing research explaining how the emotional and thinking parts of the brain learn differently; our programs address both.

Making change experiential

We make change experiential and interactive. Developing Emotional Intelligence requires both rational and emotional centers of the brain. Development that is carried out collectively is often far more powerful as it provides immediate feedback, and a sense of context and reality to the experience.

Customer Story

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EI Zone App

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