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Mr Joseph Chong, Director
Preeti is a competent trainer who is very passionate about bringing value, and she does this by customising her workshops to suit her classes. I have found her recent workshop with us insightful and useful for our leaders. Her key competency is "developing Excellence in ourselves and others" and that is her strongest selling point.
Mr Wan Tung Han, Director
It was a very powerful program for me. I have picked up massive values and would strongly recommend the course to my contacts
Mayuresh Godse, Director
Preeti is a highly disciplined and knowledgeable professional. Preeti recognises that each individual is different. She is able to customise her training for emotional intelligence as per the requirement of the audience.
Emotional Intelligence - Does it impact Bottom line ?
September 15, 2014
Business Case FOR Emotional Intelligence
Following research findings by Dr Cary Cherniss clearly implies "employing emotionally intelligent staff and/or training teams in emotionally intelligent competencies" directly impact profitability of Organisations.
L’Oreal found that those staff who tested strongly in emotional competence experienced 100% higher sales than average (Hay/McBer Research and Innovation Group 1997)
When AT&T’s Bell Labs undertook Emotional Intelligence training over a seven year period research showed that participants experience :
10% increase in productivity immediately following the program,
20% increase after 6 months
25% increase in the first year.
At an American insurance company, agents who tested strong in 5 of 8 key emotional competencies, sold twice as much insurance as those who tested average
$114,000 per annum versus $54,000 per annum (Hay/McBer Research and Innovation Group 1997)
Sales people at Metlife who rated highly in the emotional competence of ‘learned optimism’ sold 37% more life insurance in first two years (Seligman 1990)
At a national consulting firm, the partners who scored above the median multiple emotional competencies delivered 139% more profit than the average - at a value of $1.2million (Boyatzis, 1999)
In an article published by Harvard Business Review ‘How Bell Labs Creates Star Performers’ managers who undertook the training doubled their productivity against the control group.
Reference : Dr Cary Cherniss, prepared for Emotional Intelligence in