This Facilitators Guide enables a trainer to lead a ½ to a full day workshop administering, scoring, and interpreting the Emotional Intelligence Style Profile. The workshop covers a wide range of theories explaining the linkages between thinking, acting, and emotions. Each of four emotional intelligence styles is explored, and then participants learn how these styles deploy through specific competencies that can be learned and improved.
The Facilitator’s Guide is used with the Emotional Intelligence Style Profile assessment, which takes about 15 minutes to complete. The online version of the assessment is scored for participants and either the trainer or the participants can print their results, at the trainer’s option. A Participant Coursebook is used by participants after they complete the assessment to follow key concepts and to complete up to 15 experiential exercises.
Participants in this workshop will learn about the strengths and best times to use four primary emotional intelligence styles:
Participants will become aware of the degree of balance they display among the four styles from their assessment scores. The workshop teaches the positive uses for each style and participants learn a structure for understanding and improving their behavioral responses to emotional and/or intellectual triggers.
The author’s model for emotional intelligence is similar to Daniel Goleman’s well known theories especially in regards to the competencies that are correlated with the effective use of an emotional style/quadrant.
Managers, trainers, consultants, and professionals from all walks of life will benefit personally and professionally from improving their emotional intelligence.
The assessment can also be completed in a self scoring booklet format that is ideal for classroom style training.