State Managerial Emotional Intelligence Coaching Program

Denver, Loveland, Colorado Spring, Pueblo, Cañon City, Durango, Alamosa, Grand Junction, Sterling

“We are being judged by a new yardstick: Not just how smart we are, or by our training and expertise,
but also by how well we handle ourselves and each other.”
~ Working With Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman

 

The State Managerial Emotional Intelligence (EI) Coaching Program is based on organizational research demonstrating that it takes more than traditional intelligence (IQ) to successfully navigate the challenges of leadership in today’s workplace. To be most effective, leaders need to be competent in self-awareness, self-management, social/organizational awareness and relationship management.

Through the EI Coaching program, our goal is to increase effectiveness, productivity and retention of State of Colorado employees by improving the EI of those in leadership roles. Following a 360 EI assessment, participants engage in individual coaching sessions with an emphasis on improving leadership skills. The program is open to leaders across the state and involves a three-part process: After an EI assessment, the individual coaching process allows supervisors and managers an opportunity to improve leadership skills for managing themselves and workplace relationships. Coaching is not counseling, psychotherapy, or treatment.

The program is open to leaders across the state and involves a three-part process:

1) Telephone consultation with program manager, Linda Pounds.

2) Assessment of current levels of EI through an Emotional Social Competency Inventory (ESCI).

3) Individual ESCI review and coaching sessions.

For further information, please contact:
Linda Pounds, LMFT, Certified ESCI Coach
Manager, State Managerial EI Coaching Program
303-866-4314 or Toll Free 800-821-8154