Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

Insight into EQ is hot!
…and that makes sense. Neuroscience has shown that a well-developed EQ (Emotional Quotient) is an important factor when it comes to personal happiness and professional success.
A good command of EQ skills will ensure your effective cooperation with many varied personalities and characters.

What is the difference between EQ and IQ?
IQ (Intelligence Quotient) measures: the amount of information a person can take in, understand, process and apply.
EQ (Emotional Quotient) measures: how much a person senses, understands, deals with and manages emotions – both their own and that of others.

Of course, both are important, but ultimately… what do you think is most important when working together as a team: IQ or EQ?


Yes, in contrast with IQ, EQ is definitely trainable. The EQ assessment* measures the development level at that moment. Gaining insight into how far the five EQ domains have been developed, will provide a good basis for a purposeful learning path. The five EQ domains are: self-awareness, self-management, self-motivation, empathy and social skills.

Emotional illiteracy versus Emotional maturity
An unhealthy EQ climate (disrupted relationships) will damage your organisation. It is no luxury to invest in an emotionally mature organisation – that will contribute to better leadership, customer satisfaction and committed employees. The personal EQ profile provides a straightforward language in which to make the emotional skills of individuals and teams: visible, negotiable and trainable.

EQ & 360° / 720°
It takes more than Introspection alone to stimulate personal development. Perception from those around you can make the picture clearer. It is possible to link this EQ Assessment to a 360° / 720° feedback gauge.

* Available in more than 25 languages.