Emotional Intelligence Coaching
Emotional intelligence coaching develops leaders, fast
Our EQ coaches are not simply leadership coaches. They are seasoned specialists who use in-depth EQ analysis to reveal exactly where leaders have been holding themselves back and what practical skills they need to lead and succeed.
Emotional intelligence skills are proven to enhance performance, career potential and wellbeing. If you’re looking for highly effective leadership coaching, this is the emotionally intelligent choice.
Emotional Intelligence Coaching Develops Skills
Click a programme tab below to reveal what EI skills you may need to bring about the benefits you want.
- Personal Power
- Motivation & Achievement
- Communication & Relationships
- Effective Teams
- Raise emotional awareness
- Build self-confidence
- Improve decision-making
- Greater sense of purpose
- Raised reputation & political acumen
- Hone charisma & presentation skills
- Remove limiting beliefs
- Uncover your values
- Rediscover purpose
- Build self-motivation
- Work to strengths
- Remove blocks to success
- Prioritise & focus
- Get things done
- Support & collaborate
- Actively listen & feedback
- Read people & situations
- Express yourself clearly
- Build rapport
- Mitigate conflict
- Persuade & negotiate
- Learn a resilience tool-kit
- Build caste-iron resilience
- Develop sense of peace & calm
- Hone coping mechanisms
- Enhance positive beliefs
- Help others thrive
- Improve wellbeing and self-care
- Crystallise your leadership style
- Align goals, EQ and values
- Build trust & integrity
- Enhance communication skills
- Balance strategic & tactical
- Develop career & stakeholder plans
- Learn & grow team dynamics
- Uncover strengths & blocks
- Analyse team for best fit, gaps
- Align to desired competencies
- Build teams based on EQ science
- Transform cultures
Coaching Models & Approaches
Emotional Intelligence – Building awareness, expression, management, of emotions Emotional Resilience – Building mind-sets of success and for mitigating stress 6 Pillars of Resilience – Building yours and other’s resilience Executive Coaching – Building practical skills focussed on goals and growth Positive Psychology – Building positive perspectives, mindsets, self-motivation and wellbeing Meditative States – Developing practices of presence for peace, clarity & connection e.g. such as mindfulness meditation Neuro-Linguistic Programming – Learning and using tools and techniques to create positive beliefs, behaviours, and success Read more about EQ methodologies here.
EQ Coaching Tools
–EQ assessments – Revealing your detailed EQ scores and analysis are the powerful first step to change. Read more here.
–Emotional journaling – We show you how to nurture this daily practice & why it can make such a big difference during and after your coaching sessions.
–Remote-coaching – Though based in London in the United Kingdom, we utilise Zoom, Skype and WebEx to coach and collaborate with organisations & people all over the world which adds enormous flexibility to our work.
–Psycho-physiological activities – Mindfulness, meditation, yoga, TRE are just a few of the incredibly useful mind-body techniques we discerningly recommend and use. We take great care to match approaches and tools to fit each client, as is appropriate for them.
Caution: Be wary of one-size-fits-all approaches or panaceas. We carefully match how we work to our client’s needs. For instance due to certain client’s emotional make-up or strong preference they may find it difficult to even contemplate meditation practices to begin with. This may simply be a bridge too far initially. Knowing this in those circumstances has proven vital for certain clients who would otherwise have struggled & potentially become disheartened with generically devised approaches. One size does not fit all.
EQ Coaching Style
Emotional Intelligence coaching works to bring out your best by fitting the coaching style to your needs. Coaching relationships are personal and can differ depending on things like needs, context and favoured way of working. For instance, you may prefer a more directive approach depending on how much and in what way you wish to be supported and encouraged. Directive coaching can feel more dynamic and push you. If learning is the key focus, however, you may prefer a less directive approach where you are encouraged more to find your own way. This may help you take maximum responsibility for your choices and success, in the long run.
The coaching style may also affect the amount and type of contact between sessions. Generally, sessions every 7-12 days work well with some email contact, feedback in between. Don’t worry though, we’ll help you strike the right balance in the first few sessions.
Things that affect coaching style
Remember also that the optimal approach will be affected by many things including your role, needs, availability, work-load, (project) time-scales, work-life balance, context of well-being, and your psychological make-up. Read more about the difference between coaching vs therapy here.
EQ Coaching Process
We agree the perfect programme & way of working
You model & build skills, positive habits, behaviours and outcomes
You develop, learn & grow in-line with goals & KPI’s (back to 1)