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Emotionally Intelligent Leadership

Your leadership style impacts employee engagement, productivity, retention, which all impacts the corporate bottom line.  How confident are you in motivating your team to work effectively, collaboratively and more productively?  How well do you understand what motivates each of your employees, where their strengths are and how they can do their best work?  The more you know about yourself and each of your team members, the more you can inspire, motivate and support them to bring their best selves forward.

We are human.  We don’t stop being human when we go to work.  Our thoughts, beliefs, worldview, feelings and personality all combine in how we present ourselves in the world.  Uncovering this inner world of each of us can help us learn more about ourselves and positively impact our self awareness and personal growth.  And who doesn’t need to grow?   Social and Emotional Intelligence is about understanding your own emotions, the emotions of others, and integrating that knowledge into your behaviors productively.

Increase Corporate Objectives by Increasing Your Professional Skills

Source: ICF Global Coaching Client Study

Success in work combines identifying the challenge, prioritizing appropriate steps to solve problems, and communicating ideas effectively. This is combined with understanding others’ ideas, skills and priorities, with the ability to identify and overcome obstacles, while promoting your viewpoint

Coaching can help you develop your personal effectiveness to contribute to your team, department and organization’s increased productivity.

Coaching for:

  • Understanding the millennial workforce – cross generational work teams
  • Individual talent development
  • Teams
  • Managers
  • Human Resources
  • Social and Emotional Intelligence
  • Social & Cultural integration of international employees into the team
  • Developing positive career pathways within the organization

Coaching for New Hires

You hired the best talent and made an investment in them.  Corporations spend $30 billion/year to recruit and retain millennials and up to $150,000 to replace an employee. Protect and enhance your investment by supporting new hires in professional development, company culture and soft skills including communication, emotional intelligence and leadership development. Employees with higher levels of emotional intelligence are more productive, more self-aware, better communicators, more adaptable and more engaged.


Coaching for Managers

The best managers are leaders who know how to elicit the best from their direct reports. Knowing each employee’s strengths and how to tap into them is a skill that can be learned. Knowing what motivates people and how to manage individuals and teams includes self-awareness and interpersonal understanding. Managers benefit from coaching by learning more about their own strengths and enhanced emotional intelligence to bring out the best in others. Today’s workforce includes 4 generations! This multi-generational office can create misunderstanding and conflict – or enhanced vision, creative problem solving, and energy! Reduced organizational dysfunction and increased employee satisfaction and retention is possible!


Coaching for Teams

Working in teams requires high emotional intelligence and communication skills. Learn about communication patterns and co-leadership strategies to create highly effective teams that support each other, maximizing the skills of the group. Teams will learn the skills to collaborate and work together to keep motivated, progressing and productive.

Achieve professional and personal goals through enhanced decision making and problem solving, clarifying objectives, goal setting, identifying obstacles and employing creative strategies to overcome them.

By developing high-level social and emotional intelligence, employees enhance their objectivity and utilize strengths to identify and solve problems creatively and effectively.

INNER QUEST COACHING provides personalized coaching services to seasoned professionals to help you identify, meet and achieve your goals. Some of the outcomes you can expect from coaching include:

  • Identifying and articulating meaningful, achievable goals
  • Developing working action plans
  • Creating outcomes assessments
  • Decision making, problem solving and creative solutions
  • Improved communication skills
  • Improved working relationships with colleagues, direct reports, supervisors and customers
  • Improved global working relationships
  • Individual and team coaching
  • International team building
  • Career development to grow your career to the next level
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