In my discussions with clients I find that the skills I am most often asked to help with are aligned with the skills employers often report in survey data as being the most challenging to find when hiring. What happens then is that hiring is based on technical skills with the intent that the more challenging but very important missing skills will be developed over time. Everyone in your organization can benefit from having these skills working for them and this also increases flexibility which is so important in a world that changes constantly.
- Conflict management
- Change resiliency
- Performance coaching
- Problem solving
The EQ-i2.0 helps to identify the areas that are creating the biggest challenges to successfully developing these important skills.
If you think about the various workplace interactions you have had in the last month, how often do you encounter situations where you can identify when one of these skills got in the way of productivity and quality in your workplace? Do you find that there are frequent grievances, negativity, or avoidance of problems showing up in your day to day organizational life? Do you want to change that dynamic and create a workplace where the interpersonal skills are strengthened to support the technical skills?
Combining the EQ-i with the Striving Styles & MBTI information offers a clear path to create individual coaching plans to support the development of those skills for you in a process that is uniquely suited to you while using proven techniques.