You have blind spots: We all have them, but if you don’t know what they are, you will continue to undermine your success. From his research, Marshall Goldsmith, one of the top executive coaches with Fortune 100 executives, says 70% of people think they are in the top 10%. This could be a significant blind spot for you. Using Emotional Intelligence coaching, assessments, 360-degree feedback, and interviews, you can establish what your blind spots are and begin to shed light on them.
Consider a few questions:
- What is the problem from your point of view?
- How does this problem typically make you feel?
- What makes the situation better?
Sign up for your competitive advantage: We know the further you go up in the organization, the more you use Emotional Intelligence (EQ) to be successful rather than your expertise and your Intelligence Quotient (IQ). Research studies show that Emotional Intelligence is the critical success factor anywhere from 50% to 85%, depending on the survey.
Don’t just take my word for it. Read what my clients are saying.
Become more mindful of your best strengths
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Do yourself a big favor and come for a check-in. If you wait for your problems to resolve on their own, you risk them getting worse. Talk about concerns while they’re small, manageable, and somewhat insignificant. If you do, they’ll never morph into more significant issues.
“I’m convinced that it is feelings – and feelings alone – that account for the success of the Virgin brand.”
Discover Your Strengths
New industry leaders have embraced a human-centered approach to leading their companies.
Don’t wait for a favorable situation to fall out of the sky. That’s not a solid position. I realize it’s easier to say, but you must take control and discover your ability to find something positive in the most challenging situations. Now that’s a solid position.
Discover your human-centered approach to influence and leadership. Experience fulfillment and respect at home and work.
Suppose you don’t feel you can be assertive with your clients; practice with your friends and family. Don’t think that there’s something wrong with you that your doctor can medicate. Keep your wits about you. Build on your strengths. Practice them, and you’ll improve. If you’d like support or guidance, I’m available.
Secure & Stabilize Your Role & Your Income.
Skill up with emotional intelligence.
Daniel Goleman defined “emotional competence” as a “learned capability based on emotional intelligence which results in an outstanding performance at work.”
Emotional Intelligence Connects
“Even on an oil rig . . . demonstrating emotional intelligence (EQ) is a key leadership trait. EQ will build trust essential in conditions where bravado could get you killed . . .” – Sylvia Ann Hewlett.
Connecting with your team and family should be your priority, as your personal and professional success are always at stake. You have a desire for people to respect, not fear you. To make this happen, you consult with your Psychologist to develop a deeper appreciation of emotions. Value your feelings and those of others. Remember, feeling confident, focused, and charged up, are all emotions. Improve your perspectives and upgrade your emotional filters with “Emotional Intelligence” coaching.
Improve your ability to attend to your relationships at home. Have a happy relationship with your spouse, family, and neighbors. When your default position is to go from happy to angry and back, recognize that you have a problem.
Mastering Emotional Intelligence
We’ve provided our clients with Zoom sessions and Coaching by Phone throughout the COVID pandemic. These sessions are both convenient & confidential. Try something new & explore one for yourself.
Would you prefer to have an in-person session? You should know that I am available Monday – Friday, from 1:30 PM – 7:30 PM. My office is in Calgary Place, Suite 1800, 330 – 5th Ave S.W.
Time For a Change?
You’ve received fairly consistent feedback over the years urging you to be more flexible at work. Now you’re ready to enhance your mindset by learning to be more flexible. How exactly do you do this? Let’s look at your strengths for an answer. Improve your performance and self-confidence at work — secure promotion to a new leadership level.
Can you relate?
If you feel you might be at risk of anger sabotaging your career, I have two psychologically validated assessments that will help. Read about all our coaching specialties.
Use us to bridge from where you are to where you want to be! Book a ZOOM session or Coaching by Phone. Book your coaching online with us for professional development or any of our coaching protocols. Experiment by trying out 2-3 individual coaching sessions first.