What is Emotional Intelligence?
Who wouldn’t want a higher level of emotional intelligence?
- Studies have shown that high levels of emotional intelligence boost career success, mental health, personal and professional relationships and happiness.
- Higher levels of Emotionally Intelligent Workplace Behaviour is also the best antidote to work stress and building your personal resilience. Learn how you can improve your emotional intelligence.
- Genos International is a leading emotional intelligence provider with one of the widest range of emotional intelligence assessments on the market. Their reports and training programs are beautifully designed and easy to understand.
Genos emotional intelligence is about being smart in how we respond to and manage emotions. Genos practitioners work with individuals and teams to develop and apply emotional intelligence at work so people can better connect, communicate and collaborate.
Benefits of EI:
Helps Employees to Move to the Next Level
Teaches Employees How to React to Constructive Criticism
Helps Employees Conquer Their Fears, Doubts, and Insecuritie
Improves Communication Skills
Enhances Social Skills
Creates a Positive Environment
Helps Employees Deal with Change And Uncertainty
Research on Emotional Intelligence:
- The World Economic Forum released their top 10 job skills for success by 2020, and emotional intelligence was ranked in the top 10.
- Emotional Intelligence is a set of skills that help us better perceive, understand and manage emotions in ourselves and in others. Collectively they help us make intelligent responses to our emotions.
- These skills are as important as your intellect, experience and background in determining success at work and in life. Emotions influence, both productively and unproductively, our decisions, behaviour and performance.
Capgemini research stats include:
- EI will be a must-have skill in the future, with demand likely to rise sixfold within the next five years.
- 74% of executives, and 58% of non-supervisory employees believe EI will become a “must-have” skill for all employees.
- Nearly 70% of non-supervisory employees agree that they are willing to improve their EI skills, as long as they are adequately appraised for it.
- In contrast, only 26% of organizations consider EI skills while providing feedback or appraising employees in non-supervisory roles.
- Organizations’ people processes are not adapted to the age of the machine
- An emotionally intelligent workforce would benefit organizations and employees alike.