Struggling to manage your emotions? Looking to improve your relationships? You've come to the right place!

Improve Yourself

One of the first things a flight attendant says when reciting safety instructions is, if there is a decrease in cabin pressure, put your mask on first before assisting other passengers. Like in life, before you can work on your relationships with others you need to take a look in the mirror and determine what type of relationship you have with yourself. 

Improve Your Personal Relationships

Some of the most intimate experiences you have in life are with the people closest to you. Taking a look at your interactions with them is a good step to improving yourself and ultimately your relationships with those individuals closest to you as well. 

Improve Your Professional Relationships

Some of the most stressful situations we have are at work. Learning to manage your emotions in stressful situations can help establish and maintain relationships, which can lead to positive work experiences. 

What is Emotional Intelligence (EI)?

Before measuring EI, it's probably a good idea to know what exactly it is! 

Emotional intelligence, in a nutshell, is the ability to recognize, understand, express and control your feelings while being able to recognize and understand emotions in others, too.


Basically, how do you emotionally handle situations? Do you notice when other people feel a certain way? Establishing this baseline is important to learn how to manage your emotions more effectively.

Why measure my EI? 

In order to improve your emotional intelligence, you need to know where you are starting from. The EQ-i, EQ360 and MSCEIT, popular EI assessments, are great ways to see where you find yourself in common emotional intelligence areas such as assertiveness and emotional management. 


Click here to learn more about the available emotional intelligence tools available to you, now!  

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