EQ 360REPORT LEADERSHIP | WORKPLACE
further insight was the EQ 360 Leadership Report, where based on the results, two critical areas required attention – Emotional Awareness and Self-Expression. By being able to leverage normative data from a scientifi cally validated tool that pulled from peer, subordinate, and supervisor input , Alberta Energy was able to introduce a formal leadership program that lead to developmental opportunities in the areas of stress-management and resiliency, among other key areas.
MANAGERS AND INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTORS DON’T ALWAYS SEE EYE-TO-EYE WHEN IT COMES TO EI
According to an HCI Research study conducted in partnership with MHS Inc., a key research insight found that individual contributors and managers disagree about what leadership behaviors are most important in today’s environment. While managers feel coaching skills are not very important, nearly twice as many individual contributors surveyed disagree.
Adaptability, problem solving, and stress tolerance are also behaviors with the largest gaps in perceived importance between individual contributors and managers. To download the full research study, go to info.mhs.com/glstudy (Leadership and Emotional Intelligence: The Keys to Driving ROI and Organization Performance, 2013).