“Thank you so much David to you and your team at EITC. I think your program is really far and away a really great program, and when I compare it against the other programs that are available in Canada for the same thing, there’s really a lot of value. So I really wanted to thank you for the time and also the opportunity to keep learning and with all the additional value pieces included in the alumni program, which is really awesome. It was nice to work with you and with such a safe group. So, thank you very much.”Angela Payne
Our Mission is to create permanent, sustainable change in individuals and organizations through the development of Emotional Intelligence skills. Our values include honesty, integrity, social responsibility in the service of others, and abundance versus a scarcity mentality. Our vision is to lead the way in Emotional Intelligence skills development through assessment, coaching, training, and consulting.
Mike and I having dinner with our great friend and colleague, Andrea Lehman, in Toronto at an amazing restaurant on Elm Street.
As a teacher with the Toronto District School Board and a PhD candidate in York University’s Faculty of Education, I now focus my research on mental health and its influence on the success of Black youth throughout our education system.
Seriously, how hard is it to write a sign that makes people smile and still gets the message across?
You may have been hearing a lot about the importance of psychological safety in the workplace lately. What is meant by psychological safety and what is the relationship with emotional intelligence? Join David Cory and…
This curriculum is designed to strengthen your EI competencies so you can become a more effective and innovative leader. In the course, you will develop leadership skill that are highly correlated with EI competencies.
Busy day at the Mövenpick in Yanbu!