About EI

Our Specialty is Connecting Powerful Emotional and
Social Intelligence Theory with Results –
Lasting Skills Enhancement!

Leaders and teams with high emotional and social effectiveness (ESE) are more successful and more resilient than those who are only technically qualified. ESE is based on the skills of respecting yourself, reaching for your potential, valuing and motivating others, and engaging creatively when conflict happens.

The Center for Creative Leadership found the primary causes of derailment in executives involve deficits in emotional competence. Especially:
      1. Difficulty in handling change
      2. Not being able to work well in a team
      3. Poor interpersonal relations

These are skills that can be learned. 
Emotional Intelligence, or better yet, emotional and social effectiveness, is based on the skill set that enables us to engage, influence and motivate ourselves and one other. With ESE we will help you build new productivity into your organizational and personal performance. Emotional Intelligence is responsible for 27 to 45% of workplace success. You can achieve the success you know is available by tying ESE measurement and skill development directly to the competencies you need to support top performance. 

Assessments Promote Well Targeted Hiring, Development and Retention

For individuals, we work with the Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQi 2.0®) family of instruments as they are the first scientifically developed and validated measure of ESE, have over one million applications worldwide, and strongly enhance the ability to develop competencies organizationally and individually. For teams, we work with the Team Emotional and Social Intelligence Survey® (TESI®), which provides in-depth feedback on the top seven skills needed to build team productivity. 


  • EQi2.0 – Individual, self rater report covering the 16 factors found necessary for success in the workplace and all of life. 
    The EQ-i2.0 is a 133 question self-assessment that explores the frequency of and role that sixteen different elements of emotional well-being play in your life, by applying the fifteen skills in this new model together with happiness as an indicator of emotional and social well-being. Supported by extensive research, the five areas of self-perception, self-expression, interpersonal, decision making, and stress management frame the use of the related skills that make up the key dimensions of this assessment. The EQ-i2.0 yields standardized scores, which means your score compared to the recently developed norm group (the general population), for the sixteen skill areas. 

  • EQ 360 – The EQ 360 is a statistically valid and reliable multi-rater report which probes deeper than the self report found in the EQi. It provides the ability to have those who work closely with the client provide information as well. It highlights key employee strengths and impediments to high performance, along with areas that could be developed for maximum functioning. It is a great tool for coaching as it can be used to follow up and measure progress over time. Up to 50 raters may provide their responses. 

TESI® is a team 360 designed so your team gains the data to recognize and build on its strengths while identifying and addressing its weaknesses, all of which supports targeted strategic focus. Learn More

The EQi 2.0 Group Report presents the amalgamation of the individual EQi results from your team, demonstrating the strengths and challenges of the individuals on your team. 

Recognize your strengths, use emotional and social effectiveness to expand your skills and create authentic motivation to be all you can be! Contact Us to schedule EI benefits for you or your organization.