“Emotional Intelligence is the ability to recognize and manage your own emotions, while also being able to understand and respond effectively to the emotions of others.”

"Daniel Goleman"

How well do you know yourself?

Most of us believe we have a healthy degree of emotional intelligence, yet the reality can be quite different. We all have blind spots in our self-awareness and research shows that people's self-perceived emotional intelligence is not always accurate. In other words, some individuals may overestimate their EI, while others underestimate it.

Think about your experience:

  • Do people ever look frustrated around you?
  • Do you often interrupt people when they’re trying to talk to you?
  • Do people try to explain themselves, but you misinterpret what they say?
  • Do you get frustrated by external events and take it out on others?
  • Were you recently hard on someone when it wasn't their fault?
  • Do you wish you had more empathy and compassion towards others?
  • Rather than blaming others, could you be contributing to negativity?

Make emotional intelligence a priority

Recent research shows that EI is 4 X better at predicting a person's success at work than IQ.
Teams with highly emotionally intelligent people:

  • Perform better
  • Have increased job satisfaction
  • Higher retention rates

Why is emotional intelligence so important?

Emotional Intelligence is essential because it enhances your ability to navigate complex social situations, improve personal and professional relationships, and achieve your goals. The good news is that it's a valuable skill that can be developed and enhanced through practice and self-awareness. Capgemini calls emotional intelligence critical for the future, especially with the rise of artificial intelligence.

Of the companies they researched


of executives



of Non-Supervisory Employees

believe emotional intelligence will become a must have.

Benefits of boosting your emotional intelligence

Improved Relationships

Enhanced Leadership Qualities

Improved Self Regulation

Better Stress Management

Improved Conflict Resolution

Increased Self-Awareness

Understand your emotional intelligence and enrich your life

You can expect:

  • Better decision-making
  • More measured emotions
  • Demonstrating authenticity
  • Increased empathy
  • Empowerment of employees
  • Improved connection with others
  • Positive impact on those around us

Want to know where you stand on the EI scale?

You will receive a detailed assessment, final report, plus recommendations to implement.
The assessment is undertaken by different groups depending on which option is chosen:

  • The individual only
  • The individual and their manager
  • The individual, the manager and their staff
  • For salespeople, all of the above options plus the input from clients

What is the GENOS EI Assessment?

Genos assessments can be customized depending on the needs of the workplace or leader. They can be undertaken at an individual, 180 and 360-degree level.

What happens during an Assessment?

We first discuss the methodology of the Genos Assessment, including how the brain is impacted when we are stressed and how building EI improves your response.