The Emotional Intelligence products provide inventories, assessments and ‘how-to’ guides to help participants develop the flexibility to use emotional information to guide their thinking and behavioural skills. Each self-assessment is supported by a comprehensive Facilitator Guide
The product range will provide participants with best-practice models to help them monitor their own, and other peoples, emotions and build the skills and insights needed to manage them effectively. The personal development process helps participants to develop the skill of ‘saying the right thing’ and then accurately judge how the other person is reacting.
Long Version: Part one of the profile provides a visual image of your skills in the 4 cornerstones, while in part two you are provided with visual images and definitions of your skills in the 16 characteristics, or skill sets.
This book, while not written to be a scholarly or academic masterpiece, is designed to be an educational, encouraging, affordable, easy-to-read, book about how to identify, build, and maintain your emotional intelligence
This guide covers the critical emotional qualities that can have a greater impact on success than general intellectual intelligence. Includes best practices on how to enhance self-confidence, empathy, self-control, and other important emotional competencies.
Provides step-by-step instruction on how to administer both the Form A and the Form B Profiles. This guide provides a description of each of the 4 Cornerstones and 16 supporting Characteristics, or skill sets, so facilitators know how to credibly position, describe and present the Emotional SMARTS® model and concepts.
This credit registers you for one individual use of the Emotional Intelligence Style Online Assessment to a participant of your choice. You'll need to purchase one credit per participant. After your order is processed, you'll receive an email that contains a link to complete the assessment.