EQ Workplace Report

How Can EQ Help Me Manage My Personal Life and Professional Career?

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Key features

Overview of your results

Get an overall picture of your complete EQ-i 2.0 results along with definitions of each subscale:

• Quickly identify patterns in your profile.

• Gives you a clear, organized understanding of strengths and weaknesses in a constructive way.

• Effectively measure where you are and where you want to be by comparing results against sample groups of general population (based on geographic location, gender, and age) or professional respondents (based on education, occupation, gender and age).

Individual subscale pages

Gain deeper insight into how each subscale impacts your work performance (i.e. conflict resolution, change management, teamwork, decision making and more) – with suggested strategies customized to your individual results:

• This section is the foundation for making relevant links between your behaviour and emotional skill set.

• Get specific and actionable strategies to drive your success in each subscale.

• Obtain helpful information on each EI skill in language that enables you to utilize strengths.

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EI in Action: Workplace
The EQ-i 2.0 is now a vital component of Ottawa Hospital's Leadership Academy programme, aimed at fostering self-awareness and other crucial leadership abilities. Emotional intelligence (EI) building is seen as an integral part of career advancement, and thus, the hospital places considerable emphasis on EI development for physicians, leaders, and support staff.
Providing excellent patient care is a daily challenge for hospital staff, who must also navigate typical workplace stressors. While doctors are highly skilled in their areas of expertise, they may lack the communication and interpersonal skills needed to excel as leaders and provide patient-centered care. Extensive research indicates that emotional intelligence is just as critical as cognitive intelligence in modern medical admissions systems. By incorporating emotional intelligence training, the hospital is committed to enhancing patient-focused healthcare and promoting effective leadership.
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The Importance of EQ
The medical field recognizes the significance of Emotional Intelligence (EI) and has started utilizing it as a criterion in selecting medical students. Additionally, EI has been integrated into the training component of medical degrees. Surgical programs that are forward-thinking have also started incorporating training and assessment of EI as a fundamental part of their curriculum.
The EQ-i 2.0 tool has demonstrated remarkable effectiveness in supporting non-leadership staff who excel in technical skills but may lack personal insight. The core of emotional intelligence involves comprehending and managing one's emotions as well as those of others, particularly in challenging environments. This tool enables the cultivation of skills and competencies essential to EI.

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A 30 minute 1-on-1 session with an Emotional Intelligence Coach to discuss your assessment. This personal coaching session can be scheduled for a date after you have taken the Emotional Intelligence Assessment and received your confidential individualized report via email.

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By attending this workshop you'll gain an understanding of how mastering your emotions leads to better decision making, managing stress levels more effectively, building empathy skills, improving problem-solving abilities and strengthens relationships with other people.

Emotional Intelligence Model Overview:

Depending on your individual or organizational needs, there are a variety of assessments that can be used for individual contributors, leaders and  teams/groups. Reports are designed with clear interpretation guidelines and results-driven content.

360 Assessment:

Taking a 360 degree assessment can be a powerful tool for individual contributors and business leaders alike. Through assessments, they not only receive feedback anonymously from peers, managers, family members and close friends, but also benefit from the opportunity for self-reflection on the progress that has been made so far.

Team/Group Aggregated Assessment:

Regardless of whether a group works harmoniously with great collaboration and cohesion, or finds itself with conflicting opinions that affect the balance of the group, assessments can allow for deeper insights into a group’s strengths as well as areas where they can be more effective and develop to their full potential..

Leadership Assessment:

A person in a leadership role or aspiring to become a senior leader - can benefit greatly from taking an assessment. The information can be used to define an action plan for areas of growth or improvement. By recognizing achievements and opportunities for development, each persons unique professional journey is enhanced.