This half-day training is a comprehensive experience meant to help you explore what you believe, what you know, and what you do, all using the assessment and training materials in the EQindex™ platform.
You’ll receive access to the LeaderFactor platform and your EQindex™ self-assessment prior to the workshop.
Build a personalized action plan using LeaderFactor’s recommended approach, complete with reflection sections, prioritization, and email reminders.
EQindex™ is a practical, skill-building approach to emotional intelligence that delivers measurable human impact, not just academic theory.
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Your emotional intelligence (EQ) determines your ability to interact effectively with other humans. It’s your delivery system through which you share your knowledge, experience, and skills with others.
Emotional intelligence isn’t something you’re either born with, or you aren’t. It can be learned, developed, and improved over time. Throughout this workshop, you'll lean into practical frameworks and suggestions that you can take and immediately improve your EQ.
The six domains of the EQindex™ framework address different aspects of emotional intelligence, what you believe (the regard domains), what you know (the awareness domains), and what you do (the management domains). Dive into your results and focus on key skill areas to improve.
Improving your emotional intelligence isn’t something you can do in your sleep. You don’t accidentally stumble upon these skills and you won’t develop them without trying. Learn how deliberate practice aided by a digital action plan will help you create new habits and norms related to your EQ.
When an organization breaks its brand promise, 90% of the time, it’s connected to the low emotional intelligence of the employee. We cannot deliver our brand promise consistently without high EQ.
Timothy R. Clark is the founder and CEO of LeaderFactor, a global consulting, training, and assessment organization focusing on leadership, culture, and change. Dr. Clark is an international authority in psychological safety & innovation, large-scale change & transformation, and senior leadership development. He has personally worked with more than 200 executive teams around the world.
With a PhD in social science from Oxford University, Dr. Clark is the author of five books, including his best-seller, The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety: Defining the Path to Inclusion and Innovation. He has also written more than 200 articles in publications such as the Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and Fast Company. His mantra to leaders is, "Lead as if you have no power."