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Daniel Goleman first brought emotional intelligence into focus with his 1995 book of the same name. He found that while the qualities traditionally associated with leadership such as intelligence, toughness, determination, and vision are required for success, they are insufficient. Truly effective leaders are also distinguished by a high degree of emotioanal intelligence, which includes:



The abilit to recognize what you are feeling, to understand your habitual emotional responses to events and to recognize how your emotions affect your behavior and performance.


Managing emotions

The ability to stay focused and think clearly when experiencing powerful emotions.


Motivating oneself

The ability to use your deepest emotions to move and guide you towards your goals.



The ability to sense, understand, and respond to what other people are feeling.


Social Skill

The ability to manage, influence, and inspire emotions in others.


In today's working environment a good level of knowledge and intellectual ability is taken for granted. But, you need more than that if you want to stand out from the crowd and be successful.


Emotional Intelligence (EI) is becoming the differentiator: the way in which great leaders and professionals can stand out.


Emotional intelligence is our ability to:


√ recognize our own feeling and those of others


√ motivate ourselves


√ manage emotions effectively in ourselves and others

What is Emotional Intelligence?

Benefit from our 25 years of experience in organizational development. Call:


Components of Emotional Intelligence

Contact Dr. Jason for a discussion on how to improve our workforce and increase emotional intelligence. You'll be glad you did.


Millennials and Generation Z are interested in developing the soft skills necessary to get ahead and become more valuable to their organization!

Discover the Value of Emotional Intelligence - Industry Specific

After several years of working with individuals and groups - including executive teams - Dr. Jason designed a unique program to help understand individual behaviors and apply those behaviors to discern and improve emotional intelligence.


With the program, you will learn your own behavioral style, your triggers based on that style, and how others react to your style. By understanding your individual behaviors in various situations, you will incorporate that knowledge to increase your emotional intelligence. Completely individualized yet workable in group settings.



Unique Program Developed by Dr. Eileen Jason to Recognize Behaviors AND Improve Emotional Intelligence


Are you emotionally intelligent? Does it matter? Have you ever regretted a decision you made, ended up in conflict with someone, been surprised by someone's reaction to you, or felt overwhelmed with stress?



Contact Today

Programs are completely customized to fit your individual or company needs. One-on-one consultations, group two hour, half-day, and full-day sessions - including offsite retreats - are available.

Here's what people are saying about the program:


"Content and overall presentation was excellent! Really enjoyed the information!"


"Understandable and relatable material"


"I appreciated the example you used in teaching us to make the topic more applicable to our company and employees. THank you for your one-on-one time also - I learned a lot!"


"Interactive and fun!"


"Variety of activities, open discussion, and created a safe place"


"I appreciated the time with Eileen. She helped us enderstand emotional intelligence without shaming"


"I enjoyed the subject and the format"


"This was great training for my professional and personal life. I would love to learn more about this!"