Since Emotional Intelligence (EI) emerged over 20 years ago and became popularized by Daniel Goleman, it has found many different applications. Not alone is the theory and its practical application used it many aspects of life, it has also become a critical assessment for coaches as part of their toolkit. Why is that?
Firstly, many of the well known assessments such as Disc, Myers Briggs and Lomminger, describe how a person is and what is useful for others to know about that person. These, though great to know and understand, tend to be matter of fact and static. However the Genos model of EI, for example, describes the individual over seven skills and provides an assessment that is fluid and consequently forms a Baseline for Development. Read more