Emotional Intelligence (EI) or emotional quotient (EQ) is a set of learned skills that help us better perceive, understand and manage emotions in ourselves and in others. These skills are as important as intellect (IQ) in determining success in work and in life. (see The Business Case for EI).
The EI bottom line: because the way we feel influences the quality of our decision making, the behaviors we demonstrate and therefore how we perform overall, EI affects your bottom line.
Emotional Intelligence consistently ranks in the top of in-demand essential (aka “soft”) skills needed in the emerging workplace. Liz offers a comprehensive approach to EI development that encompasses emotional intelligence competencies, social neuroscience, observable/coachable behaviors, and somatic practices, to create sustainable mindset and skillset changes at all levels of workforce.
Liz offers three impactful EI programs which are highly scalable and customizable to deliver your desired outcomes.
Science of Well-Being
Designed to help employees at all levels improve their mental, physical, social and environmental wellbeing, this program is built on the science of embodied behavior change and healthy habit formation.
Applied Emotional Intelligence
This workforce-level development program focuses on demonstratable behaviors supported by practical skills to positively impact decisions, behavior and performance.
Leading with Embodied Emotional Intelligence
This leadership-level development program combines emotional intelligence competencies, social neuroscience, and observable behaviors with somatic practices to “hard wire” emotionally intelligent leadership behaviors that impact people, productivity and profit.