New Work with EQ: Mastering Emotional Intelligence with its 4 elements helps you to connect better with yourself and your colleagues. Gain clarity and make better strategic decisions. Approach challenges with a positive outlook and handle setbacks and stress with a strengthened resilience. Build engaging relationships with your team through empathy and authentic communication to boost productivity and performance at work. And so much more...

Self Awareness

The ability to recognize your own emotions, thought patterns, strengths and limitations, and their impact on others around you. #emotionalselfawareness #purpose #developingfullpotential #strengthbasedapproach

Self Management

Allows you to manage your emotions and impulses wisely. #emotionalbalance #mindfulness #resilience #adaptability #achievementorientation #positiveoutlook #growthmindset

Social Awareness

Being able to perceive, identify and understand other people's emotions and underlying motivations. #empathy #organizationalawareness

Relationship Management

Effective at managing relationships that benefits everyone involved. #influence #coach&mentor #communication #conflictmanagement #teamwork #inspirationalleadership

Online & In-Person Workshops

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Leadership Training

There are leaders and there are those who lead. Leaders hold a position of power and influence. But those who lead inspire us. It doesn’t matter if it is individuals or organizations that inspire us – we follow them not because we have to, but because we want to. We follow them not because of them, but for ourselves.


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Organizational Development

In the current business context, companies are struggling with rapid change, with finding competitive advantage in a globalized economy, and in finding, keeping, and motivating talent in a changing workforce. Emotional intelligence (EQ) has become a critical factor when it comes to coping with these specific challenges and for sustaining high performance in this environment.


Multiple implementation strategies have been used to deploy EQ, particularly in developing leadership and culture, and for selection and retention. The emotional intelligence competencies are measurable and learnable. They can be improved through training and coaching. The most effective implementation strategies seek to integrate EQ into the organizational culture.


  • Increased sales performance through recruiting and training more emotionally intelligent salespeople.
  • Improved customer service through recruiting higher EQ customer service representatives. 
  • Superior leadership performance by developing and recruiting for executive EQ. 
  • Better team performance, with higher productivity and profit growth.

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“It’s not IQ that leads to success … EQ is more important: emotional intelligence, social skills, how you relate, can you get things done. That’s what makes a difference, especially in management.“

Jamie Dimon | President and CEO | JPMorgan Chase