The ELI is an attitudinal assessment measuring how people interact with others during regular times and under stress. The debrief explores advantages and disadvantages of each energy level.
The Clifton Strengths Finder reveals the clients strengths a a factor of influence on performance. Baseline debrief explores clients top 5 strengths and how they come in to play in their day to day.
EQ 2.0 assessment reveals the baseline emotional intelligence in four key areas of influence: Self Awareness, Self Management, Social Awareness and Relationship Management
The result of a team's ELI are discussed in depth with the team (maximum 10). Discussion involves how team is behaving and how they want to be seen by their key stake holders.
Listen to my interview with Rhonda Noordyk with the Women's Financial Wellness Center about how leveraging emotional intelligence can make a big difference when going through a divorce.