Emotional Intelligence Coaching
Developing higher levels of "Emotional Intelligence" (mastery in the collection of social, interpersonal, self-awareness. leadership and self-management skills) has been proven to be the single most powerful thing you can do to advance your career, professional and personal relationships, and overall happiness.
If you are struggling in some of your key relationships, or simply want to master your interpersonal or leadership skills, learn more about what is possible through professional coaching.
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Emotional Intelligence (EI) is the general catch phrase for a field of study that is relevant to all of us, because it relates to the most important skills we use every day. And whether you know it or not, these skills - that determine how well you know yourself, how well you deal with all that happens to you, and how well you deal with others - are vitally important to your success.
Plain and simple, all available evidence clearly shows that you cannot achieve extraordinary levels of success, without a high level of competency in the core EI realms. In fact, the professional landscape is littered by bright, would-be leaders with great technical skills that failed due to their lack of self-knowledge, self-control, confidence, or an inability to understand others and build trusting, empowering, mutually beneficial and productive relationships with their constituents.
As an experienced coach and trainer, and as someone who has personally spent over 20 years in business and leadership positions, I am convinced that building your awareness and mastery of the EI realms, will be some of the most valuable personal and professional development you may ever do!
So, please enjoy browsing the information I have put together here. And should you want to learn more about EI, or arrange for a complementary coaching session, don't hesitate to contact me directly.
What is Emotional Intelligence?
Emotional Intelligence (IE) is a term that refers to all the non-IQ areas of human intelligence. "[The] social intelligence that involves the ability to monitor one's own and others' feelings and emotions, to discriminate among them, and to use this information to guide one's thinking and action". In a business setting these personal, social, managerial and leadership skills form the core of what separates star performers from the rest of the pack. Often called people skills, street smarts, common sense, savvy, etc. this wide array of skills are emerging as the most important competencies in business.
Many of the traditional approaches of imparting new knowledge do not translate into changes in behavior. Coaching is a far more effective solution. Coaching engages the uniqueness of the individual. Coaching is an ongoing relationship that raises awareness, connects the client with their passions and deepest desires and holds them accountable to get the results they want. People grow and change with a coach. Coaching doesn't just get results; it gets the most meaningful results.)