We use many tools and processes to assist individuals and organizations including:
Understanding self is a first step in understanding others. These assessments add value in terms of understanding preferences and the implication those preferences have for the work we do and our relationships with others. We use the following assessments as a basis for conflict, organizational, executive and human capital development coaching. Click on each one for more information.
- Emotional Intelligence Assessment (EQi2.0)
- Neethling Brain Instrument (NBI),
- Thomas Kilman Inventory (TKI)
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Systems Mapping and Network Analysis -
allows us to map a system or network in order to uncover and visualize feedback loops or patterns of interaction to then develop actionable strategies for change.
Emotional Social Intelligence Coaching (ESI Coaching) –
Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to use emotions effectively. Social Intelligence (SI) builds on Emotional intelligence competencies and represents the capacity to effectively negotiate complex social relationships and environments. The competencies are measurable and learnable; they can be improved through training and coaching. The most effective implementation strategies seek to integrate ESI into the organizational culture across key personnel.
EQi 2.0 Assessment
As the EQ-i 2.0® measures emotional intelligence (EI), it’s important to consider what EI is, what it measures, and how is can impact people and the workplace.
The Neethling Brain Instrument (NBI)
The NBI™ (Neethling Brain Instruments) are a suite of assessments developed by Dr. Kobus Neethling. They are unique tools for understanding how our brains prefer to process information. The NBI™ is a measure of your thinking preferences—the degree to which you prefer some tasks more than others. Your unique combination of thinking preferences has important implications for how you lead, communicate, relate to others, and work in teams as well as for the choices you make in your career. The NBI™ tools can enhance social and emotional intelligence.
Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI)
The Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) is a tool for helping people understand how different conflict styles impact interpersonal and group dynamics—and for empowering them to choose the appropriate style for any situation.