The Emotional Intelligence Training Company
Experience the EITC Difference. We offer you 25 years experience combined with the most scientifically validated, and workplace relevant EQ assessment tool to provide you with the best EQ training and coaching available. In today’s world, we need emotional intelligence skills more than ever.
Know. Engage. Lead.
How emotional intelligence can boost your organization’s bottom line by increasing productivity and saving money
Organizations continue to focus on reducing costs and improving employee productivity. Many orgs have also started to incorporate emotional intelligence (EI) training into their development programs. These initiatives are more…
Be in demand and get certified to measure Emotional intelligence skills using the EQ-i 2.0 and/or EQ 360. It is not only possible to improve your emotional intelligence skills, it is absolutely critical to success. The first step is assessment, then development. Learn more about EQ Certification.
Whether you are an aspiring or experienced leader, contemplating a change, feeling like you’ve hit a plateau, or struggling with leadership challenges, the Heart and Science of Leadership for Women offers you a unique opportunity to develop your leadership skills.
Once individuals have an opportunity to learn about what emotional intelligence is and how it is critical to their success at work and in their lives, they want to improve their EI skills. A proven approach to improve your EI is through EQ coaching. Learn more about the benefits of coaching.
Tools and resources about emotional intelligence skills and how to improve performance in the workplace.
Find out more about what resources we can offer you.
Develop your leadership
If you are looking for a unique leadership development course and you want to become an exceptional leader, join one of our leadership courses that can be delivered online. If you want to develop the leadership skills of your team, ask us about in-house, live and on-line leadership development trainings.
What counts as professional skills is changing and teams are faced with rising expectations. Here’s how emotional intelligence can help.
Whether it’s understanding the market, developing innovative and thoughtful benefits packages, or ensuring your colleagues feel safe and secure, emotional intelligence skills have a lot to offer.
You’ve completed the EQ-i 2.0 Certification course and you’re a certified coach. Now you want to take your EQ coaching to the next level. Join us for the Next Level EQ Coach Training program.
I would like to explore some of the consequences of minimizing the social conditions that make it so difficult for some to recover from challenges or adversity. Let’s take a deeper look at some key narratives that dominate the current perspectives on resilience.
There are 34.27 million users of social media in Canada this year, and this number is projected to increase to 28.93 million by 2027.
Around here we have a curious habit. We have a curiosity habit.
“We design experiences that develop emotionally intelligent leaders for work and life.”
David Cory, EITC President and Founder
EITC has been an industry leader in Emotional Intelligence Certification and Leadership Training for 25 years. Our intention is to share what we’ve learned and be part of a community of emotionally intelligent alumni, partners and organizations.
Allstate Insurance – Terasen Gas – Philips Electronics – AT&T – Canadian Cancer Agency – Greater Vancouver Regional District – Canadian Forest Products – SaskEnergy – SaskPower – Seagate Technologies (San Jose, CA) – TELUS – Sierra Systems – CN Rail – Autodesk – BC Pavillion Corporation – Workers’ Compensation Boards of BC, Saskatchewan, and the State of Kansas – Ministry of Attorney General, Province of BC – HRSDC Canada – Indian and Northern Affairs Canada – Canada Revenue Agency –Ministry of Finance, Province of BC – BC Human Resource Management Association – Ministry of Advanced Education, Alberta – Variety Club – Langara College – University of Victoria – ABN Amro Bank – Saudi Aramco – Justice Institute of BC