Author: David Cory

David Cory, M.A. is a leadership performance consultant specializing in individual and organizational performance improvement. And he's the founder of The Emotional Intelligence Training Company, Inc. which is celebrating its 20th anniversary of delivering leadership courses based on EQ and the EQ-i 2.0 Certification Course all over the world. More about David →
MHS Assessments shows leadership, provides a discount for EQ-i 2.0 Certification

MHS Assessments shows leadership, provides a discount for EQ-i 2.0 Certification

MHS Assessments is based in Toronto and is the largest publisher of psychometrics in Canada. In 1997 they published the world’s first scientific assessment for EQ: the Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i). Since that time they developed the multi-rater version, the EQ 360, and have radically updated the original version of the EQ-i to produce the…

Unconscious bias, emotional intelligence and leadership

Unconscious bias, emotional intelligence and leadership

The strength of unconscious bias is it can help us think and make decisions quickly. The downside of unconscious, or implicit, bias is that it is unconscious and we do not know the extent of the impact on our thinking and decision-making. Once we become aware of these biases, we have more choice over their influence on us….

Celebrating 20 years of emotional intelligence training

Celebrating 20 years of emotional intelligence training

My 20 year relationship with emotional intelligence began in June, 1997. I was working at the Open Learning Agency at the time, delivering leadership training and managing a province-wide employment program. I was attending a career development conference in Calgary and chose a breakout session on the topic of…

Emotional Intelligence at the Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary

Emotional Intelligence at the Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary

Thank you to the University of Calgary’s Schulich School of Engineering for inviting me in to provide EI training to students. And also kudos. In very progressive fashion, the School of Engineering is offering future engineers more than technical training. They are preparing engineering students for the complex, human world of the modern workplace through…