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Emotional Intelligence Assessment

 

A comprehensive intervention to improve the performance of key leaders within an organization.

 

The foundation of this intervention is to build the 12 main competencies associated with Business Emotional Intelligence. Research has demonstrated that improved emotional Intelligence significantly improves bottom line results. Key elements of this program are:

 

  1. Understanding the business needs, goals and outcomes from the sponsor, client and other stakeholders

  2. An individual specific report outlining his/her feedback on the Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (ESCI) assessment.

  3. A one-day workshop to de-brief the participants on Emotional Intelligence, their ESCI report and to start creating individualized development plans.

  4. Follow up one on one coaching sessions to support change management. Additional individual and group assessments may be recommended based on need. On going communication with the sponsor to check progress on agreed on coaching goals.

 

Described below is more on Leadership Emotional Intelligence and the well-researched structured approach proposed.

Leadership Emotional Intelligence

In today’s working environment a good deal of technical knowledge and intellectual ability is taken for granted. But it does not help you stand out from the crowd. Emotional Intelligence is becoming the differentiator: the way in which great leaders and professionals stand out.

 

The Harvard Business Review has hailed emotional intelligence as “a ground-breaking, paradigm-shattering idea,” one of the most influential business ideas of the decade. Such claims in the business world too often prove to be fads, with no real underlying substance. But here, a far-flung network of researchers has been at work, ensuring that the application of EI will be grounded in solid data.

 

Today companies worldwide routinely look through the lens of EI in hiring, promoting, and developing their employees. For instance, Johnson & Johnson found that in divisions around the world, those identified at mid career as having high leadership potential were far stronger in EI competencies than were their less-promising peers.

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Why Emotional Intelligence Resonates With Me

 

I have been very fortunate that my travels take me not just to the western nations, but to off-beat places in Myanmar, Cambodia, Nepal, South Africa, Kenya and Zimbabwe and to interior India. All over, I see a greater recognition of “Tillitonse” (an African phrase that means “Are We Together ?").

 

There is indeed a greater recognition that the self-centered paradigms of the recent past  (“greed is good” for instance) need to be replaced with something more inclusive.

 

Deep-rooted tradition cultures have always highlighted the importance of learning life skills to manage our mind and how to interact with people for mutual benefit. It is only in the past 150 years under the modern education system that IQ has been emphasized, unfortunately at the expense of emotional and social intelligence.

 

Organizations have realized that while knowledge and skills can take you up to a point, the various competencies associated with Emotional and Social Intelligence are absolutely key for progress, particularly in higher realms of organizational leadership.

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Daniel Goleman is one of the pioneers of emotional leadership and organizational leadership. The Harvard Business Review chose his article “What Makes a Leader” as one of 10 “must-read” articles from its pages. Daniel Goleman, in partnership with Richard Boyatzsis and Hay Group Consulting, developed the Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (ESCI).

 

The ESCI model describes 12 competencies that differentiate outstanding from average performers. I have been certified by the Hay Group/Korn Ferry to help assess individual and team ESCI competencies and then work with you in developing and supporting an appropriate developmental plan based on your preferences. 

 

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