What would the world look like if every leader raised their EQ?
What would the world look like if more women took their seat at the boardroom table?
What would your career look like if you were coached just like top CEO's and successful senior executives?
Most Helpful EI skill? "Reality Testing, I have to ensure that my perceptions match with reality. It's easy to self talk and over think. I now have tools to avoid that. Pat is a fantastic listener. She coached me to think objectively about situations to ensure that I was not distorting reality with any inherent biases. "
On value of EQI Leadership Report? "My EQ strengths were being overused and not projected to their advantage. I feel like I am now performing on an enhanced level and I'm in a position to continue to flourish into the executive leader I strive to be."
Most valuable learning from coaching? "By continually applying EQ skills to situations AND pointing out where EQ skills were used, I was able to diffuse challenging situations."
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% of Hiring Managers Who Promote a Candidate With Higher EQ Over One With Lower IQ
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What % of women command the top 5 leadership positions in S&P 500 companies?
Female VP, early 30’s, of a global bank, transitioned to a new manager role by dramatically improving her EQ skill set over 15 months of coaching, resulting in a promotion to SVP while being 8 months pregnant.
Male CIO, mid-50’s, of an energy company addressed impulse control issues, interpersonal effectiveness, and managing a personal crisis. He dealt with the impact of layoff on his professional identity, finances/retirement, and family.
Within two EMDR coaching sessions, a female SVP reduced her reactivity to “not being valued as a woman” to “they are just going in a different direction.” Results were enhanced effectiveness and influence with her predominantly male executive management team.
Male IT executive, early 30’s, transitioned to a new leader role by improving his EQ skill set, learning to appreciate the importance of emotions in creating effective interpersonal relationships, and having greater influence.
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