Enhance your organization’s effectiveness and create a distinct competitive advantage
Given its importance and effectiveness, the understanding and the intentional practice of Emotional Intelligence is surprisingly rare in business.
A person’s Emotional Intelligence quotient (EQ) is often a more significant determining factor in business and career success than IQ, education and experience combined. For example, business careers, particularly at the senior level, are rarely propelled or derailed because of a person’s intellect, type of experience or choice of business school. The determining factors are usually to do with judgement, assertiveness, empathy, impulse control and other examples of emotional intelligence.
Unlike IQ, which is substantially established at birth, EQ can be enhanced during a person’s career. Our EI training shows you how.
Capitalize With EI: Make Emotional Intelligence Your Competitive Advantage
By enhancing the EQ of your enterprise and its key people, you can enhance the organization’s effectiveness and create a distinct competitive advantage.