The Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i 2.0®) is the first scientifically validated assessment tool for emotional intelligence skills. The EQ-i 2.0 is the most widely used, best selling, most flexible, most studied, cost effective measure of EQ competencies in the world.
The EITC EQ-i 2.0 Certification course includes detailed information and instruction on the administration, scoring, interpretation, development, norming, reliability and validity of the EQ-i 2.0 as well as the EQ 360 based on the Bar-On Model of EQ. It will provide you with the information and skills you will need to make educated and informed decisions regarding your employees or clients and to form the basis of a sound emotional intelligence skills development program.
This two day plus one hour online, interactive training course includes everything you need to know to use the EQ-i 2.0/EQ 360 for coaching, training, employee development, counseling, recruitment and screening, and more.
Learn how the tool works – review of the new model, evolution of emotional intelligence, mean, standard deviation, validity, reliability, understanding norms, how subscales interact, developing good questions and debrief preparation, reading and interpreting reports, providing debrief/feedback sessions.
Learn how to gain buy-in for the EQ-i 2.0 different applications, review of case studies which demonstrate ROI, benefits of the EQ-i 2.0 over other instruments, Catalyst online administration portal, resources post certification, EQ 360 certification: how to implement a successful 360 initiative, review of a sample EQ 360 report, how to set up EQ 360 administration, tracking, report creation, and how to debrief results.
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High EQ is directly linked to performance
To be a highly effective person is to demonstrate the competencies measured by the EQ-i 2.0. These competencies are highly correlated with the ability to provide inspirational leadership; the ability to provide outstanding customer service; the ability to be an excellent team member; and the ability to be a leading salesperson – all the elements of business that are based on human interaction. Why not just say “people skills”? We could, but we now know so much more than that, but if you’re more comfortable with “people skills” – then we won’t stop you. However, we now know that each and every one of the competencies related to demonstrating highly effective people skills is related to one’s ability with emotions – one’s own and the emotions of others.