Emotional Intelligence Coaching

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Why coaching?

Sports teams need a coach to even compete. Without a coach, a team is in disarray, lost in a world of mediocrity, mired in a world clouded by doubt, insecurity, confusion, and ineffective action.

Without a coach, inconsistent victories, frequent losses, painful failures, and anger-provoking disappointments are the team's expected, unfortunate outcomes.  

Successful sports teams usually have a forward-looking, success-oriented coach to lead the team. With a well-qualified coach, it's only a matter of time before such teams embark on difficult and yet consistent winning ways. Successful teams have inspired goals, sense of direction, motivated action, and strategic plan to win.

Just like a successful team, some individuals need a coach to thrive in difficult circumstances, to succeed amidst limitations and ridicule, to overcome ever-changing and challenging career, organizational, and business climate.

Just like a successful team, some individuals require a coach in their quest for life's strategic plan and direction, in their attempts to pursue lofty goals and ambitions, in their efforts to attain balance amidst demands from many directions.

Enough dose of emotional and social skills for everyone within an organization can be very helpful, potentially increasing productivity, enhancing camaraderie, improving communication, among many other benefits.

If you firmly believe that you need to change for the better, that you may benefit from practical but insightful ways of looking at things, then coaching is for you. 

Why emotional intelligence?

Relevant studies have shown that an employee's high IQ doesn't guarantee success in business and in the workplace. In fact, so many of those with high IQ have been bypassed or ignored for promotion. Despite spirited effort, some remain in the cellar for a long time.

With poor emotional and social skills, others are even fired, moving from one company to the next with minimal success.

Indeed, improving emotional intelligence is crucial for success. Enough dose of emotional and social skills for everyone within an organization can be very helpful, potentially increasing productivity, enhancing camaraderie, improving communication, among many other benefits.

Why emotional intelligence coaching in career and business?

In this day and age, many organizations -- both for-profit and nonprofit -- face so many external challenges such as growing competition and demanding customers; and internal streses as shown by interpersonal conflicts, low morale, distrust, poor performance, and even toxic atmosphere.

To meet external challenges, an organization should confidently face the competition and customer demands with the talents and skills of its personnel throttling in full force. Meanwhile. emotional intelligence should successfully address the various ongoing internal difficulties with the goal of improving productivity, enhancing morale, and increasing cohesion within the organization.

As such, emotional intelligence coaching in career and business becomes a necessity among motivated, forward-looking leaders and their employees.

 

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