Anne Loehr, Senior Vice President of CHCI (Center for Human Capital Innovation) is becoming one of the first Emotional Intelligence Certified Coaches (EICC) in the world, adding to CHCI’s capabilities and innovative services that are aimed at improving organizational performance through human analytics and people management.
According to Loehr, “Emotional Intelligence is vital to success for leaders, managers, and individual contributors in any industry. The future workforce will focus less on technical skills and more on collaboration, innovation and relationship building. You can’t do any of these without Emotional Intelligence.”
Emotional Intelligence Coaching Certification
Focused on experience-based learning and virtual participation, the Daniel Goleman suite of coaching and certification programs are tailored and designed to aid participants in developing a deeper understanding of Emotional Intelligence (EI) and related concepts. The goal of these world class programs is to help individuals and coaches learn how to effectively apply Emotional Intelligence to both business and personal situations.
One of two core programs offered by Daniel Goleman, the Emotional Intelligence Coaching Certification Program is an immersive educational program of great depth, consisting of both coursework as well as two in-person residencies.
Upon successful completion, the given credentials are Emotional Intelligence Certified Practitioner (EICP) or Emotional Intelligence Certified Coach (EICC).
A full list of EICC coaches can be found on the Key Step Media website.
What Is Emotional Intelligence?
Emotional Intelligence is representative of an individual’s ability to:
- Be Empathic: possessing the ability to “feel” for others and relate to others more effectively
- Be Self-Aware: the ability to recognize and understand the emotions, behaviors and driving motivations behind actions
- Self-Manage or Self-Regulate: to manage emotions and responses
- Self-Motivate: driven by internal resources to reach goals and aspirations
- Be Relational: possessing the ability to establish and maintain good relationships in all areas of life
The Importance of Emotional Intelligence
Understanding EI is vital to develop, grow and maintain effective relationships; it also helps manage conflict resolution, lead and inspire others.
The workplace is a literal melting pot of individuals from all walks of life, religions, cultures, and age groups, each of which possess a unique set of personalities, strengths, weaknesses, skills and emotions.
As such, EI is inevitably woven into each and every interaction and decision that takes place in a work setting. The ability to master and appropriately use EI can help any individual, from employee to leadership, successfully navigate organizational challenges and drive success both on an individual and team level.
The Center for Human Capital Innovation (CHCI)
CHCI is committed to enhancing organizational outcomes and performance through improved people management. It specializes in human capital analytics, strategic consulting, executive coaching, leadership development and training and education for the public, private and governmental sectors.
Company Name: Center for Human Capital Innovation
Contact Person: Anne Loehr
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Phone: (571) 970-4250 Ext. 113
Address:44 Canal Center Plaza, Suite G1
Country: United States