Discover which EQ elements are the toughest to move or motivate.
Learn to show clients EQ “transactional costs”—how Emotional Intelligence is a portrait of how you look, sound, and show up to relationships and groups and what the true “cost” of those transactions is to you.
Review “best practice” case studies which motivate people to work on EQ elements in which they initially show no interest.
Receive a learning guide that summarizes a number of key EQ elements and the key access points for each.
The key Emotional Intelligence challenge is to increase your EQ — to move on from simple scores to insights and to real changes in behavior.
One irony of EQ work is that too often the EQ elements we most need to develop are the very same ones we feel least motivated to work on. Someone with low Flexibility may not see the benefit of increased Flexibility. Someone with low Self-Actualization may not accept the value in working toward actualizing their personal goals.
Effective EQ development work moves people beyond the assessment tool to actual engagement, not only working on personal development, but also to wanting that development.
This webcast demonstrates several ways to motivate clients to engage with their own EQ results. By understanding what Emotional Intelligence is, as trainers, consultants and coaches, we can discover the handles and access points to leverage with clients to achieve genuine EQ.