What is Emotional Intelligence?

The ability to accurately perceive emotional data in your environment and use this data to facilitate optimal decision-making or problem solving in yourself and others, while understanding the complexity of how emotions transition and manage this emotional data so you combine thought and feeling to optimize your thinking and actions.

Why Use An EI Design?

Emotional intelligence supports your knowledge economy; used optimally, EI can can push your productivity and effectiveness to new heights.


Awareness of one's own EI strengths and weaknesses begins with the MSCEIT (TM), and objective measure of your ability to accurately perceive, use, understand and manage emotional cues in your environment.


Like anything, mastery of a skill requires practice. Workshops align with the MSCEIT assessment and uses the EI blueprint to guide relevant skill building activities that promote confidence in how to overcome areas of weakness and leverage your strengths.


Thank-you for considering us to design learning opportunities that builds emotional competencies into your organizational culture, curriculum or personal lifestyle. When emotional awareness and understanding, support an organization's knowledge economy; productivity and effectiveness rise to new heights.

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An Interesting Read

First of all - you don't have to be manager or in a defined leadership role to understand and benefit from this book. Whether your career has you in the corporate world, healthcare industry or you coach basketball - the concept of including emotions in our thinking processes has been completely negated by most institutions. At best we are culturally taught that emotions should be expressed in controlled ways, especially in our work environment. Most of us believe that our biggest mistakes have been the result of our reactions or non-actions at times when our emotions overwhelmed us. As a result, we default to rational thinking as the only way to think intelligently and ignore or suppress our emotions to avoid making further mistakes.

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