Emotional Intelligence



Enhancing decisions, behavior and performance

“And so there’s a real pay-off. The people who will become the leaders, the people who will become the star performers, are the ones who have the strengths in the key emotional intelligence abilities.”

Daniel Goleman, PhD., Founder, Emotional Intelligence Services

Geno EI BeingStates_Model_USEmotional Intelligence (EI) is a set of seven skills which define how effectively we perceive, express, reason with and manage emotions within ourselves and others.
One of the great benefits of EI is that everyone can actively enhance it within themselves with remarkable results.


The Genos EI Assessment is a behavioral measure of the seven EI Skills. It measures the frequency with which an individual demonstrates effective workplace behaviors that underpin each of the seven EI skills. The more frequently an individual displays effective EI behaviors at work, the greater his or her performance and interpersonal effectiveness should be thus increasing job satisfaction, engagement, team morale, and the impact on the bottom line.

The Genos EI Assessment is available in two formats:

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EI Self Assessment 
EI Multi Rater Assessment 

Sample Report: EI Self Assessment

Sample Report: Multi Rater Assessment


Strategies For Success In Your Work

The Genos model of workplace Emotional Intelligence comprises of seven specific EI skills. The skills and strategies for applying each skill for success in your work are presented below.

EI Skill

EI Definition

Workplace Outcomes

Emotional Self-Awareness

The skill of perceiving and understanding one’s own emotions.

  • The capacity to identify and understand the impact one’s own feelings are having on thoughts, decisions, behavior and performance at work

  • Greater self-awareness

Emotional Awareness of Others


The skill of perceiving and understanding others emotions.

  • Greater understanding of others: how to engage, respond, motivate and connect with them

  • Interpersonal effectiveness



Emotional Expression

The skill of expressing one’s own emotions effectively.

  • Creating greater understanding amongst colleagues about yourself

  • Building trust and the perception of genuineness between you and your colleagues


Emotional Reasoning

The skill of utilizing emotional information in decision-making.

  • Enhanced decision-making where more information is considered in the process

  • Greater buy-in from others into decisions that are made




The skill of effectively managing one’s own emotions.

  • Improved job satisfaction and engagement in work

  • Improved ability to cope with high work demands

  • Greater interpersonal effectiveness

  • Enhanced productivity and performance


For more information on bringing Emotional Intelligence to your organization as a workshop or for one-on-one coaching focused on enhancing decisions, behavior and performance  contact us.


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