The top 10 skills in demand by 2020 include Emotional Intelligence skills
“…Social skills— such as persuasion, emotional intelligence and teaching others—will be in higher demand across industries over more narrow technical skills…” – World Economic Forum
We certify people across the world to use the EQ-i 2.0
EITC certifies people across the world to use the EQ-i 2.0 (updated in 2011) and the EQ 360 (updated in 2011). The EQ-i 2.0 is used by HR professionals, coaches and leaders to as a powerful instrument to measure and improve emotional intelligence skills through coaching and training.
Why get certified to use the EQ-i 2.0/EQ 360?
The EQ-i 2.0 is the first scientifically validated assessment tool for emotional intelligence skills, and research demonstrates that it has extensive workplace applications. The EQ-i 2.0 is also the most widely used, best selling, most flexible, most studied, cost effective measure of emotional intelligence available.
Emotional intelligence competencies are highly correlated with performance
Each and every one of the 15 EQ-i competencies matter for leadership, team effectiveness, work performance, work/life balance and wellbeing. These competencies are highly correlated with the ability to provide inspirational leadership; create innovative work cultures; be an excellent team member and leader; and to engage and retain talent – all the elements that differentiate good from great organizations.
15 EQ-i competencies
Self-Regard – realistic assessment of strengths and challenges
Self-Actualization – engaging in work that has purpose and meaning
Emotional Self-Awareness – understanding emotions and responses
Emotional Expression – constructive expression of emotions
Assertiveness – communicating with clarity and reciprocity
Independence – self-directed
Interpersonal Relationships – mutual and respect
Empathy – connecting with others experiences
Social Responsibility – social awareness and service
Problem Solving – find solutions when emotions are involved
Reality Testing – awareness of information and perspectives
Impulse Control – resist or delay impulse to act
Flexibility – adapting emotions, thoughts and actions
Stress Tolerance – positively coping with stressful situations
Optimism – ability to see solutions
We offer the EQ-i 2.0 Certification Course in a number of cities across Canada. We also design and deliver custom courses specifically for the needs of your organization to ensure that we meet your organization’s unique needs.