EIQ Predicts High Performance Leadership

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EIQ Predicts High Performance Leadership
Doug Lundrigan , Management Consultant, United States

Abundant evidence shows that what high performance leaders have that others don't is high EIQ, that can be measured and developed..

I love you dad." said my teenage son.
"I love you more!" was my reply, "but would I know you love me by your actions?"
"What do you mean, dad?"
"Son, let me put it this way: if you were on trial for loving your parents, would there be enough evidence to convict you?"
Such is the challenge with emotions in the workplace. We know that how we feel can make work pleasant or miserable, engaging or blase`.
How can we have an emotionally positive workplace without emotionally competent (E-Comp) leaders? And how do we know if we have E-Comp leaders unless we can measure it? How can we measure E-Comp if we can't see it?
The good news is that we can see e-comp in what people say and do. We can observe it, we can measure it, there is hard science behind it. The science is clear, high EIQ predicts high performance leadership. To develop your EIQ as a leader the process is simple:
1. Take an EIQ assessment, thereby discovering your strengths and limitations,
2. Receive coaching to leverage your strengths and mitigate your limitations,
3. After a period of development, about 6 - 12 months, take the EIQ assessment again to measure your improvement.
More important than your EIQ score, it is highly likely that as you develop your EIQ you will notice improvement in your business results, and in all your business and personal relationships. And that is a sweet life to aspire to.
Start with a reputable EIQ assessment, validated in over 100,000 people worldwide, by clicking "More on this View" below.

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