In addition to CEO Groups and Key Groups,
The BEST CEO Group also offers one-on-one coaching.
One of the reasons Joe is distinct from other executive coaches is that he has been certified to coach using the EQ Profile.
The EQ Profile is an emotional intelligence instrument that reveals, among other things, where you focus when it matters most: in conflict and under stress. The EQ Profile uncovers what’s holding you back.
The three foundational abilities of emotional intelligence are:
The ability to be aware of one’s own experience
To be aware of the other party’s experience
The ability to effectively manage oneself and one’s emotions in relationships
It's all about relationships.
The EQ profile reveals your blind spots.
It gives you the gift of conscious choice
in how you live your life, both personally
Emotional Intelligence and Performance: Why it matters?
Emotional competencies are twice as important in contributing to excellence as pure intellect and experience.
73% of abilities reported to be key to superior performance are emotional competencies.
On average, close to 90% of leadership success is attributed to emotional intelligence.
The EQ profile is not a self-report, as self-reported data has an inherent bias based on the individual’s self perception. Instead it focuses on reporting an immediate response to an actual interchange.
There is no EQ score. The profile is designed to foster self discovery and a conversation with a coach about one’s various EQ abilities.
What the EQ Profile Measures:
Self reflection – the ability to be aware of what you are thinking, feeling, and wanting in the moment when being challenged
Self regulation – the ability to effectively manage one’s emotions in relationships
Empathy – the ability to tune into others and accurately see their experience, and the ability to stay emotionally connected with another, even when challenged
EQ is having the ability to work with others in a highly effective manner, which results in individual, team, and organizational success.