The link between Emotional Intelligence (EI) and individual performance is widely researched and documented. However, some remain sceptical about the concept. This report summarises recent studies and addresses frequent questions about EI.
There’s more to great performance than technical ability. Our research shows that emotional and social intelligence competencies underpin outstanding performance for individual contributors and leaders. It’s no wonder that most of Fortune 500 companies have adopted EI-related products and services to help them develop the soft skills of every member of their organisation – from graduates to the boardroom.
However, some organisational sciences scholars remain sceptical about the concept, and their concerns often stem from a lack of consensus around its definition, measurement and validity.
This report summarises recent in-depth studies which set out distinct definitions of EI and helps you understand the different ways in which EI is measured and applied. With this knowledge, you can make the right decisions when selecting the right EI tools for your organisation.
Download the report From Soft Skills to EI to learn more about EI and how to select the right EI instruments. For questions, email us: firstname.lastname@example.org.